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July 2, 2001
The Flood Co. Recall of Wood Strippers and Cleaners
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), The Flood Co., of Hudson, Ohio, is voluntarily recalling about 18,000 bottles of Flood StainStrip and FloodPro Stripper/Cleaner sold in gallon bottles. Some of these bottles can leak at the cap, allowing the contents to come into contact with consumers. These strippers and cleaners can cause burns to the skin and eyes.
July 30, 1997
Aguarras Paint Thinner Recall by Mardo International
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product SafetyCommission (CPSC), Mardo International Distributors of Rio Piedras, PuertoRico, is recalling about 6,900 bottles of Aguarras mineral spirits, whichis used as a paint thinner. The product's packaging is not child-resistant; not labeled with the necessary warnings, cautions for useand instructions for appropriate first aid in case of ingestion; andresembles a liquor flask. The packaging violates the Federal HazardousSubstances Act and the Poison Prevention Packaging Act. Paint thinnerpresents a serious poisoning hazard, possibly causing chemical pneumonia,pulmonary damage and death.
June 11, 1992
Wagner To Modify Airless Paint Sprayers Against Fire Potential
March 5, 1992
Grumbacher Recalls Artists' Paint Brushes
August 13, 1991
"Do It Yourself" No. 2 Paint Brushes Recalled by Marx Brush
November 16, 1988
Seals On Power Paint Rollers To Be Replaced by Wagner
January 11, 1984
Charcoal Lighter Fluid & Paint Thinner Recalled by Penn Oil
May 22, 1978
Paint Removers Recalled by Red Devil & Sears
September 2, 1977
Lead-Containing Paint Ban
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