Pier 1 Imports is recalling three-wick Halloween candles in the scents Scary Black Cherry and Death by Chocolate. Pier 1 has received seven reports involving high flames with the three-wick Halloween candles. The flames can ignite the surface of the wax, posing fire and burn hazards. These candles were sold at Pier 1 Imports stores nationwide and at pier1.com from June 2019 through October 2019 for between $10 and $17. Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled candles and carefully cut all three wicks as short as possible to prevent others from being able to use the candle. It is advised that consumers discard the product in their household trash.
Communicorp is recalling the six-inch plush Aflac promotional Doctor Duck. The buttons on the lab coat worn by the Doctor Duck contain levels of lead that exceed the federal lead content standard. Lead is toxic if ingested by young children and can cause adverse health issues. The plush animal was sold directly to Aflac employees and licensed agents from January 2005 through July 2020 and distributed as a promotional giveaway item to customers. Communicorp is contacting Aflac employees and licensed agents who purchased the product directly. Consumers should immediately dispose of the recalled item.
Decathlon is recalling Domyos Swiss balls, also referred to as Pilates balls or gymnastics gym balls, with model numbers 8529175, 8529176 and 8529177. The recalled exercise balls can unexpectedly burst, causing the user to fall to the floor with the possibility of injury. The recalled balls were sold in blue, bordeaux and gray. They measure 21.65 inches to 29.53 inches in diameter and weigh between 10.6 and 10.9 ounces. The balls were sold at Decathlon stores nationwide and online at decathlon.com from February 2019 through March 2020 for about $20. Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled Swiss balls and contact Decathlon for a refund in the form of a store credit. Decathlon is contacting all known purchasers directly.
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