CPSC initiates soap kits recall
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Executive SummaryRose Art Industries is voluntarily recalling about 124,400 soap making kits, Consumer Products Safety Commission announces March 14. CPSC and Rose Art have received 10 reports of children being burned by "hot soap while removing the plastic container from the microwave," commission says. Livingston, N.J. firm markets the soap in a cardboard box with model #4054 or plastic case with model #4121. Soap kit was sold at stores such as Toys R Us, Wal-Mart, Kaybee Toys and Target...
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