Safavieh recalls 500 lingerie chests
April 14, 2017,
PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. – Case goods importer Safavieh has recalled 500 of its Audrey lingerie chests due to a potential tip-over hazard.
The company voluntarily recalled the items as part of the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission’s Fast Track Recall process, which allows a recall to happen sooner versus later once a company identifies a potential hazard. The process is meant to protect consumers, including children who can die or face serious injuries resulting from tip-overs of heavy case pieces.
The recall involves the Audrey lingerie chest, which comes in a white smoke finish and has the item number AMH6584A, which is printed on a tag included in the original product packaging. The chests have one drawer and one door below the drawer and measure 18 inches wide, by 15 inches deep and 30 inches high.
Made in China, they were sold online at Amazon.com, Overstock.com and Wayfair.com from January 2012 through June 2016 for about $130.
The U.S. CPSC has advised consumers to immediately stop using any recalled chest that is not anchored to the wall and to put it in an area that children can’t access. Customers also can contact Safavieh for a refund by calling 866-422-9070. Information is also available online at www.safavieh.com on the safety notice tab at the bottom of the page.
The company is also contacting all know purchasers directly to alert them to the recall.
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