A popular cleaning product sold at Bunnings has been urgently recalled
A popular cleaning product sold at Bunnings has been recalled.
The cap on SC Johnson & Son’s 1.2L Drano Max Gel bathroom drain cleaner may not seal properly, causing corrosive product to escape.
The cap on one batch of bottles may not seal the bottle properly and product may leak. If present, leakage can be found near the cap and outside the bottle.
Products are corrosive; Wear gloves when handling. If the bottle ends and the cap fails to seal the bottle properly, the bottle may leak its corrosive contents. Direct contact with contents may cause severe burns to eyes, skin and/or mucous membranes, and contents may be harmful if ingested or inhaled. Young children or pets may come into contact with or ingest its contents, which are corrosive.
What should I do?
SC Johnson & Son’s 1.2L Drano Max Gel Bathroom Drain Cleaner has been recalled due to a packaging defect. Credits:
Visit our website at DranoMaxGelRecallAU.com for information on recalls and what you need to do. There, you will be asked to provide your product’s UPC and batch code to determine if this recall affects you. If your bottle is recalled, you must immediately stop using the product and follow the instructions on the website to safely dispose of the product and request a full refund.
For more information:
If you have any questions about the recall or have more than 1 bottle of affected product, please email, or call us for additional assistance or visit the recall website at Recall (dranomaxgelrecallau.com)