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Posted August 07, 2023

Aerosol Bed Bug & Flea Killer Recalled Due to Injury Risk

On August 3, 2023, Maggie’s Farm issued a recall of the company’s Aerosol Bed Bug & Flea Killer products because the aerosol can can rupture and expel shrapnel, posing an injury and laceration hazard to consumers. Contents may also leak and pose a risk of skin and eye irritation. The company has received four reports of ruptures, but no injuries have been reported.

Recalled products were sold nationwide at Meijer, Big Y, Stop & Shop, Woodman’s,,, and the company website. Products are packaged in green, 14-ounce aerosol cans with a red target and bar and the company logo, and can be further identified by the following:

  • UPC: 811249020540
  • Lot #: 0101325

Consumers who have recalled Aerosol Bed Bug & Flea Killer should stop using the product, take a photo of the recalled can and lot code, wrap the product in a plastic bag or several layers of paper, and dispose of it in the trash. Consumers may submit their photo and contact information to Maggie’s Farm to receive a full refund.

For more information about related products, see ConsumerLab’s answer to What are the best bug sprays to prevent tick and mosquito bites? Is the insecticide permethrin safe to use?

For more information, use the link below.

Maggie's Farm Recalls Aerosol Bed Bug & Flea Killer Cans Due to Injury and Laceration Hazards

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