INDIANA – Attorney General Todd Rokita is encouraging Hoosiers who purchased consumer products that were recalled in May to take advantage of the remedies available. Consumer education and making the public aware of faulty products is an important aspect of the work of the Indiana Attorney General’s Office to keep Indiana residents safe.
“If you purchased or have received one of these recalled products, know that there are protocols in place to seek a fair resolution,” Attorney General Rokita said. “If something you recently purchased is defective, don’t hesitate to act. Find out what the company that made the product is offering as a solution and take advantage of it.”
The following consumer products were recalled in May, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission:
- Peloton Tread+ Treadmills
- IKEA Bowls, Plates, and Mugs
- John Deere Gator Utility Vehicles
- Polaris RZR Recreational Off-Road Vehicles
- TJX Infant Sleep Bags
- Scott Fetzer Consumer Multi-Use Water Pumps
- Kolcraft Inclined Sleeper Accessory
- Signature Hardware Towel Grab Bars
- TJX Outdoor Wooden Folding Chairs
- Kidde TruSense Smoke and Combination Smoke/Carbon Monoxide Alarms
- CFMOTO All-Terrain Vehicles
- Briggs & Stratton YTL, Longli and TIYA Log Splitters
- K & M International Slap Watches
- Alliance Chemical Sodium Hydroxide Products
- The Lye Guy Sodium and Potassium Hydroxide
- BRP Snowmobiles
- Leisure Time Brutus Swing Sets
- Cheyenne Folding Chairs and Barstools
- Pro Supply Outlet Sodium and Potassium
If you believe you purchased a recently recalled product, stop using it. A recall is generally issued when there is a concern that there is an unreasonable safety risk or failure of a product to adhere to minimum safety standards or regulations. Once you’ve discontinued use, check its recall notice (linked above for all aforementioned products) and follow the notice’s instructions. Generally, the instructions will include directions about where to return the product, how to get the product fixed, how to dispose of the product, how to receive a refund for the product, or what steps must be taken to receive a replacement product.
To view recalls issued prior to May, visit the Consumer Protection Safety Commission website.