Recall: Women's scarves
On 2017-07-21, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) published a recall regarding Women's scarves due to a potential hazard. This product sold new beginning in February 2015 for about $23 to $25.
About 2,000 units are involved in this ZORJAR women' scarves recall. Learn more and find out what to do if you own this product below.
This was the 1st recall of products in the Clothing (Adults) category in 2017.
Since 2005, there have been approximately 20 similar recalls,
involving about 500,000 product units.
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What is the problem?
The women's scarves fail to meet the federal flammability standard for clothing textiles, posing a risk of burn injuries to consumers.
How can I tell if I own this product?
Please click here to see recall details.
What should I do if I own this recalled product?
First, stop using the item.
Then, add the item to a free, private Items I Own account. This will enable you to easily access the CPSC and recalling company's remedy instructions as well as track your progress toward getting the item returned or fixed. Click "I Own THIS Item" to continue.
The CPSC provides the following remedy information:
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled scarves and contact the firm for a full refund. ZORJAR is directly contacting consumers who have purchased the scarves.
Email ZORJAR at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Incidents & Injuries Reported as of Recall Date
+WeMakeItSafer cautions consumers that recalled items may have been acquired at different locations, prices and times than specified in the CPSC recall announcement. This is especially true for items purchased in online marketplaces, resale shops or yard sales. More information may be available at CPSC.gov.
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Sources may include: Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Health Canada and companies involved with this or a related recall.