Bunnings urgently recollects ‘corrosive’ product offered nationwide

A preferred “corrosive” lavatory cleansing product offered in Bunnings retailers throughout Australia has been recalled.

Product Security Australia stated there was a possible downside with the caps on the bottles of 1.2-litre bottles of Drano Max Gel lavatory drain cleaner.

“The cap of bottles might not seal the bottle correctly, and end in product leakage. Leakage could also be discovered close to the cap and on the surface of the bottle,” it stated in an official recall discover on Tuesday.

PSA stated this meant a threat of irritation to customers’ eyes and respiratory, in addition to extreme pores and skin burns in the event that they had been uncovered to the leaked corrosive product, which is made by SC Johnson & Son.

There are additionally fears that younger kids or pets may ingest the contents of the bottle if they’ve contact with it.

The affected bottles of Drano are offered in an orange bottle. They’ve a batch code 664154 (positioned on the bottle neck) and the common product code of 9300622003658 beneath that.

They’ve a use-by date of October 2024.

Anybody who has the product at house is urged to cease utilizing it instantly. It must also be refrained from kids and pets.

Customers who’ve purchased the Drano can test if their bottle is affected on this web site. The positioning has directions for the way to safely eliminate the product and to request a full refund.

“Put on gloves whereas dealing with an affected product to guard in opposition to any leakage,” PSA stated.

Additional data is accessible from SC Johnson & Son on 1800 801 869 (9am to 6pm Monday to Friday).