Health Canada has issued an immediate recall of blind products that pose a choking hazard and a choking hazard to children.
The recall concerns the MyHome GII Morningstar Cordless Blind, which is manufactured in China and sold in Canada by Bed Bath and Beyond of North Vancouver.
Consumers in possession of the product are urged to immediately stop using it and keep the code out of reach of children.
In an Aug. 26 warning, federal agencies said children could become entangled in blind cords and quickly strangled to death. The design of the recalled product allowed for exposed operating cords that could create loops.
It also states that the product may “release small parts that pose a choking hazard to young children.”
Health Canada said that as of August 22, 2022, the company has not received any reports of injuries or accidents in Canada from using its products.
The company also said it had sold 169 units online in Canada between May and July 2022.
The agency described the recalled product on its website as 1-inch PVC blinds in various sizes ranging from 72 inches to 18 inches wide and 42, 48, 64, or 72 inches long. , Alabaster, Woodtone, Grey, or Black colors were custom ordered online.
Consumers who may have purchased the blinds were reminded with a warning that recalled products cannot be resold or transferred in Canada under the Canadian Consumer Product Safety Act.
If you have purchased or own a product that has been recalled, you can contact Bed Bath & Beyond. e-mail.
Read more about the dangers of cords covering windows here.
Health Canada orders recall of window blinds due to suffocation and suffocation hazard for children
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