International Association of Bedding and Furniture Labeling Officials

Feather and Down

Down and Feather (updated July 6, 2017)
The above document has detailed descriptions and examples of Uniform Law Labeling requirements for Down and Feather filled products.

FTC link for Down But Not Out (edited March 2018)
Down But Not Out (Sept. 26, 2013)
The above document describes the FTC regulations regarding Down and Feather product labeling

USA-2000 Labeling (updated Jan. 2009)
The above documents describes the USA-2000 labeling standard.

California Plumage Regulations (July 8, 2014)
The above document is a summary compiled by IDFL that describes the California regulations regarding Down and Feather product labeling. Please refer to the state of California’s official website for more details.

Blended Fillings (Amended May 13, 2014)
Blended Filling Products are pillows, comforters, and featherbeds which have 2 different kinds of fillings blended together. An examples is a down and polyester blended pillow. The above document describes the required labeling for such products on the Uniform Law Tag labels.

USA Uniform Law Label: Chambered Bedding Products (March 22, 2007)
Chambered Products are pillows, comforters, and featherbeds which have 2 or more separate compartments or layers. The separate chambers are normally filled with different materials. The materials can be different grades of down and feathers or completely different materials such as foam and feathers. The above document describes the required labeling for such products on the Uniform Law Tag labels.


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