Scotch corporation is recalling its Instant Power Toilet Bowl Restorers because the bottle cap can leak. If the product leaks it can cause damage to property and if it comes into contact with a person it can cause irritation of the skin or eyes
Who: Scotch Corporation
What: Instant Power Toilet Bowl Restorer
Why: The cap does not keep the liquid in the container when placed on its side. This can cause leaking which in turn can cause property damage or damage to the person.
More Details On Toilet Bowl Restorer Recall
Hazard: The contents can leak from the cap when the bottle is turned on its side. When this happens, the cleaner can come into contact with consumers and property, posing a risk of chemical burns and irritation to the skin and eyes.
Incidents/Injuries: Scotch has received seven reports of bottles leaking, resulting in property damage. No injuries have been reported.
Description: This recall involves Instant Power Toilet Bowl Restorer cleaner with model number 1803. The model number is printed the back of the bottle next to the barcode. The toilet bowl restoring product was sold in a grey plastic bottle with an orange cap. The words "Guaranteed" and "Toilet Bowl Restorer" are printed on the bottle.
Sold at: Menards, True Value Hardware, Ace Hardware, GEBO's and other retail stores nationwide between February 2009 and January 2010 for about $5.
Manufactured in: USA
Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled Toilet Bowl Restorer and contact Scotch for disposal instructions and a full refund.
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