Hobby Lobby Stores is recalling about 14,000 white wood stools. The stools may break during use, posing fall and injury hazards. Hobby Lobby has received seven reports of the stool breaking while in use, including six incidents resulting in minor injuries.
Kohl’s is recalling about 31,000 oversized antigravity chairs. The chairs can break or collapse when weight is applied, posing a fall hazard. The company has received 18 reports of the chairs breaking or collapsing, including two reports of minor injuries.
About 70,000 teak shower benches in the United States and about 11,317 in Canada are being recalled. The shower bench can collapse during use, posing a fall hazard to the user. Consumers have reported 81 incidents of the shower benches collapsing, breaking during use, or falling apart.
Dollar General is recalling about 155,000 True Living Sling Loungers. The recalled loungers can collapse unexpectedly, posing an amputation, laceration, and pinching hazard if a finger gets caught in the metal folding joints.
Although many kids will be back in school by Labor Day, the holiday signals the end of summer for many. As a result, Labor Day can be a great time to shop for bargains for summer items. Labor Day sales are already underway. DealNews.com suggests you look for the following deals:
Harbor Freight Tools is recalling about 350,000 One Stop Gardens 15,000 and 30,000 BTU Tank Top Propane Heaters. In windy weather, the flame can be directed to the back of the heater, which can melt the “tip switch” safety shut off feature at the back of the heater.
Cheyenne Products is recalling about 795,000 Mainstay folding metal padded chairs and barstools. The weld attaching the legs to the seat bottom can break, posing a fall hazard. The firm has received 41 reports of incidents of the weld breaking, resulting in 19 injuries, including four reports of fractures and...
Looking for a Memorial Day bargain? Start looking now. The sales start well before the last Monday of May, which is May 31 this year. Last year, shopping was scaled back due to the pandemic. This year, check with local stores if you’re planning to shop in person.
Kidde is recalling about 226,000 TruSense smoke alarms and combination smoke/carbon monoxide alarms. The alarms can fail to alert consumers to a fire. No incidents or injuries have been reported. This recall involves Kidde TruSense smoke alarms and combination smoke/CO alarms.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is warning consumers to immediately stop using three models of adult portable bed rails manufactured by Bed Handles Inc. These models – AJ1, BA10W, and BA11W – can create an entrapment hazard and pose a risk of asphyxia to users.