Ikea adds requirement before consumers can buy dressers, furniture to prevent tip-over accidents, deaths

After recalling millions of tip-prone dressers that killed at least nine children and injured dozens, Ikea said shoppers must acknowledge the risk that furniture could tip over onto children before making a purchase.   Ikea announced Friday it requires shoppers at all U.S.

Ikea adds requirement before consumers can buy dressers, furniture to prevent tip-over accidents, deaths2021-04-16T12:54:14-04:00

Furniture giant Ikea kept selling a dresser it knew was dangerous to children

Over the past decade, Ikea’s tip-prone dressers have killed six children, forcing the retail giant to recall millions of bureaus worldwide and pay at least $96 million in settlements to grieving families.   But last year, when another Ikea dresser no longer met safety standards, the company didn’t

Furniture giant Ikea kept selling a dresser it knew was dangerous to children2021-04-16T07:45:26-04:00

IKEA Recalls Infant Bibs Due to Choking Hazard

This recall involves the MATVRÅ bibs for infants sold in a two pack with one blue and one red bib with a snap at the back of the neck. The blue bib has a green seam along the outside with white polka dots. The red

IKEA Recalls Infant Bibs Due to Choking Hazard2021-04-16T15:33:31-04:00

IKEA Recalls LYDA Jumbo Coffee and Tea Cups Due To a Burn Hazard

This recall involves 220,000 (worldwide) of IKEA's LYDA jumbo coffee and tea cups. The cups can break when hot liquid is poured into them, posing a burn hazard. There have been 20 incidents reported worldwide, including 10 scalding injuries.   The 20-ounce cups are four

IKEA Recalls LYDA Jumbo Coffee and Tea Cups Due To a Burn Hazard2021-04-17T04:00:49-04:00
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