Plastic Soap Bubble Gun Recalled Due To Microbiological Risk
The national contact point of the country named above has notified the European Commission (Directorate-General for Health and Consumer Protection) about the below dangerous product and the hazards it poses to consumers. To reduce risks and prevent incidents withdrawal from the market has been ordered by the authorities.
Name of Product:
Plastic soap bubble gun “Bubble Gun”
Type/Number of Model:
Country of Origin:
Plastic gun with a device for producing bubbles. Includes a plastic container with a lid containing liquid and a label printed with the following: “Bubble Duck, Made in China”. The packaging is a card backed, clear plastic blister through which the product can be seen. Attached to this with a plastic cord is a label bearing, among other things, the following texts: “Fantasy Toys, Bubble Gun, net weight 5 g. Made in China. Best before 07/2015″, a detailed list of ingredients and the symbol denoting the hazard associated with small parts.
The product poses a microbiological risk because of the presence of aerobic mesophilic microorganisms in the liquid used for the soap bubbles (3.6 x 105 microorganisms/ml).
Products were found and measures were taken also in:
Consumers should immediately take the recalled toys away from children and return them to the place of purchase.
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