18 Hazardous Products That Were Recalled in March

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When Ford vehicles have an airbag problem or Kraft recalls millions of boxes of macaroni, it’s headline-worthy news. But what about the many other products you use every day?

Thankfully, the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission, or CPSC, keeps tabs on these items.

The CPSC is an independent federal regulatory agency tasked with protecting the public against risk of injury or death posed by consumer products. Among its duties is to obtain product recalls and arrange for a repair, replacement or refund for the recalled products, according to CPSC.gov.

Under the Consumer Product Safety Act, all manufacturers, importers, distributors and retailers are required to report any potentially hazardous products to the federal government within 24 hours of discovery.

The CPSC collects that information and logs these recalls at CPSC.gov/recalls. There you can scroll through the latest recalls or use the search bar to find a particular product.

To make it even easier, we’ve compiled the products recalled during the month of March 2021. Check the list below to see if you own or use any of these items. You may be entitled to a refund, replacement or repair.

Recognize a product? Simply click on the word “recalled” to be directed to the applicable page of the CPSC website. There you will find a photo of the item, the reason it was recalled, the remedy that’s being offered and contact information so you can proceed with the recall process.

  1. Haro Bicycles Masi Evoluzione and Gran Corsa Bicycles: Recalled because they pose fall and injury hazards
  2. Polaris Ranger Recreational Off-Highway Vehicles and ProXD Utility Vehicles: Recalled because they pose a crash hazard
  3. Casa Kids Cabina Bunk Beds: Recalled because they pose a fall hazard
  4. Lifetime Products 6-Foot Seminar Tables: Recalled because they pose an injury hazard
  5. Hillside Furniture Jennings Counter and Bar Stools: Recalled because they pose a fall hazard
  6. Melaleuca Three-Wick Revive Candles: Recalled because they pose fire and burn hazards
  7. KTM and Husqvarna Closed Course Competition Motorcycles: Recalled because they pose a crash hazard (due to water getting into the battery and causing a short circuit)
  8. Global Home Imports’ Platform Bed Frames: Recalled because they pose a crush hazard that could result in severe injury or death
  9. HOFISH Mattresses: Recalled because they pose a fire risk
  10. Parker Squared Shepherd Boy Plush Toys: Recalled because they pose a laceration hazard
  11. Genentech Evrysdi Prescription Drug: Recalled because the liquid poses a risk of drug exposure to children through eye or skin absorption
  12. HD Hudson Battery-Powered Sprayers: Recalled because they pose a fire hazard
  13. Briggs & Stratton YTL Log Splitters: Recalled because they pose an injury hazard
  14. Flame King Hog 100-Pound Propane Cylinders: Recalled because they pose a fire hazard
  15. Birdie Belay Devices: Recalled because they pose an injury hazard
  16. Inyo Pool PureLine Pool Pump Motors: Recalled because they pose a fire hazard
  17. Polaris Ranger Recreational Off-Highway Vehicles and ProXD, Gravely and Bobcat Utility Vehicles (additional recall): Recalled because they pose a fire hazard
  18. KMT, Husqvarna and GASGAS Closed Course Competition Motorcycles (additional recall): Recalled because they pose a crash hazard (due to the drive chain breaking) and/or property damage risk

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