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Monday, February 6, 2023

A Bacteria Risk Has Caused the Recall of 8 Million Different Laundress Products

Because they may contain germs that may cause illnesses in individuals, particularly those with compromised immune systems, around eight million laundry and cleaning products from the brand the Laundress were recalled due to the possibility that they included bacteria.

The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission announced on Thursday that a recall had been issued for a number of cleaning products manufactured by a particular brand between the months of January 2021 and September 2022. The products in question included laundry detergent, fabric softener, fabric shampoo and conditioners, as well as other cleaning products.

There is a possibility that the recalled items included bacteria that are commonly present in soil and water. There was no evidence to suggest how the pollution occurred.

Eleven customers have contacted the commission saying they had been infected with germs. The business has said that it is conducting an investigation to see whether or not the illnesses are related to the items that have been recalled.

According to the statement made by the corporation, the symptoms “may vary from minor skin complaints to more significant indicators of infection.”

According to the statement made by the firm, consumers are free to continue using Laundress goods that were not included in the recall.

According to what the corporation had to say about the matter, “We are conducting decisive efforts with our suppliers to guarantee manufacturing procedures fulfil our safety and quality requirements.”

According to the commission, the products were offered for sale not only by the Laundress but also by major retailers such as Bloomingdale’s, Brooklinen, the Container Store, Jenni Kayne, Kith, N.Peal, Nordstrom, Peruvian Connection, Saks Fifth Avenue, Target, and others across the United States and Canada. Consumers may seek a refund.

The commission advised customers that after submitting a request for a refund, they should properly dispose of the product by securing the cap of the bottle and throwing it away with their other garbage.

Jonathan James
I serve as a Senior Executive Journalist of The National Era
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