Richmond, Virginia -- Consumers often report a distinct odour when using new foam products, according to Carpenter Co. which challenged its scientists to come up with a better answer. They have created an approach called IsoFresh to neutralise any smell in new foam bedding products.
Carpenter says it has invested heavily in research and development at its Reinhart Technical Center, which it claims is "the largest and most technically advanced laboratory for comfort cushioning products in the world."
IsoFresh, the most recent development from the Technical Center, changes foam at the molecular level so that its structure works to neutralise odours at their source.
"IsoFresh is the sweet smell of success for the Reinhart Center," said Dan Schecter, senior vice president of consumer products at Carpenter Co., in a company statement.
"We look for opportunities to improve how consumers experience bedding products and, based on their feedback, apply the leading scientific and technical resources of the Tech Center to create the best new pillows, mattress pads and mattress toppers available anywhere," Schechter commented.