5 recalls in Canada you should be aware of right now

Published: February 21, 2020 · Updated: February 25, 2020

Contigo Kids Cleanable Water Bottles

The water bottle’s silicone spout can detach, posing a choking hazard to children.

Approximately 157,000 bottles were sold in Canada, however, only water bottles with a black coloured spout base and cover are included in the recall.

So far Health Canada says there are no reports of injuries. It is advising owners of the product to stop using it immediately and to contact Contigo to return and receive a free replacement.

Honda Portable Generators

Two models of Honda’s portable generators have been recalled: Honda EU2200i and Honda EB2200i.

The generators were found to pose a fire hazard if exposed to saltwater.

Approximately 24,508 units were sold in Canada. As of Jan. 31, 2020, Honda Canada has received no reports of incidents or injuries.

USB wall chargers due to shock, burn or fire hazards

Several different types of USB wall chargers were found to pose an unacceptable risk of electric shock, burn or fire.

For a full list visit the link the gallery above.

B&B Blinds 1″ mini-blinds

Children could become entangled in blind cords, which can lead to strangulation and even death.

Approximately 10,000 units of the recalled products were sold in Canada, concentrated in and around the Calgary, Alberta area. For more information visit the link in the gallery above.

Thompson’s® WaterSeal® Waterproofing Wood Protector

The product is a clear aerosol waterproofing spray that provides outdoor wood protection recommended for small exterior wood projects. The product is in an aerosol can with a green label and cap. Over time the product will rust, leak and potentially ignite if improperly stored.

Approximately 22,860 units of the affected product were sold in Canada.

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