About 162,000 Lysol Steam Cleaning Mops are being recalled because the hot water mixture may spurt out of the products, posing a risk of burns to users. Conair Corp. and the Consumer Product Safety Commission said there have been 14 reports of hot water forcefully spilling out of the water reservoir on the mops. Two consumers have suffered minor burns that required medical attention. Conair’s Lysol Steam Cleaning Mops with model numbers SM10L or SM10LR are included in the recall. The model number is printed on the bottom of the mop under the microfiber cloth, officials said.
The recalled cleaning products were sold at department, drug, hardware and home improvement stores and mass merchandisers across the United States as well as on the Internet from September 2006 through September 2009 for about $40. They were manufactured in China. Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled Lysol mops and contact Conair to receive a free replacement steam cleaning mop, the CPSC said.
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