Shag rugs recalled for failure to meet flammability standards
- July 17, 2009 3:45 PM
- By Peter Hadzipetros
About 400 Art Collection leather shag rugs, made in India, are being recalled because they don't meet federal flammability standards.
No incidents have been reported.
The recalled rugs were sold online and at furniture stores around the country between December 2007 and May 2009 for between $280 and $615 each.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled rugs. Consumers should contact Chandra Rugs to schedule a pickup, and arrange for a store credit or a full refund.
The following style numbers and colours are affected. ART3601-576, black, ART3601-79106, black, ART3601-79RD, black, ART3602-576, brown, ART3602-79106, brown, ART3602-79RD, brown, ART3603-576, ivory/tan, ART3603-79106, ivory/tan, ART3603-79RD, ivory/tan, ART3604-576, orange/beige, ART3604-79106, orange/beige, ART3604-79RD, orange/beige.
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