Take a moment to make sure that your Home Easy Recall is safe before you start your next project. Many homeowners are hurt or even killed every year when they use products that have been recalled either by the manufacturer or the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. These recalls are often ineffective and go unnoticed until it is too late.
While you can search the Internet for information on Home Easy Recall repairs, do you also check to make sure that any recalled products have been removed from the shelves? It is a smart idea to look online for information on other people’s experiences with hazards and problems when purchasing a new product. Recalls by manufacturers are regularly issued via product safety alerts, recall notices on television, radio, newspapers, and the CPSC’s site. Keep yourself informed about product safety issues.
Tile Perfect stand ‘N Seal Tile Grout Sealer can be a dangerous product. Overexposure has been reported to cause irritation, coughing, breathing difficulties, dizziness, and disorientation. The product has even been linked to death. The recall was effective in August 2005. However, many consumers were still able to buy the product. Although this product was recalled, homeowners could still have the product in their garages and sustain serious injuries if any of its contents are not removed. Do not use this aerosol product. For a full refund, return it to Home Depot
Stay informed and be proactive. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (www.cpsc.gov), contains information about more than 15,000 consumer products that pose unreasonable risks of serious injury or death. You can also find recall alerts and product recalls for over 4,000 products. Keep an eye out for recall notices at Lowes and Home Depot to keep you informed. You should make sure you are aware of any recalls before you start your next home-repair project.
Cash, Krugler and Fredericks, LLC are an Atlanta personal injury law office that represents consumers who have been hurt by products like Tile Perfect- Stand ‘N Seal Grout Sealer. Consumers may bring claims against the manufacturer as well as against The Home Depot, an Atlanta-based company that sells Stand ‘N Seal.