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IKEA Recalls Falling Mirrors Hazard

Are you a fan of IKEA and have recently purchased a mirror? Then keep reading, as IKEA recently announced the recall of nearly 25,000 of its popular Malma mirrors due to safety concerns. The Swedish furniture giant has been one of the most famous furniture retailers in the world, but now the company is taking a step back and recalling its products to ensure the safety of its customers. In this blog, we will provide you with all the necessary information on IKEA’s latest recall, including what you need to know, how you are affected, and what steps you can take to protect yourself.

IKEA is recalling approximately 25,000 Malma mirrors because they pose a falling hazard. The reason for the recall is due to reports of accidents that occurred when the mirror fell off the wall, causing injury. The company is urging customers who have purchased this product to immediately stop using them and return them to any IKEA store for a full refund.

The recall applies to all Malma mirrors, regardless of their size, and the affected product numbers are 102.080.87, 103.157.23, and 103.493.22. The mirrors were sold in IKEA stores nationwide from August 2019 to July 2021. If you own one, it is essential to verify your product number today and take action if it is on the list.

IKEA is taking this recall very seriously and wants to ensure that all its customers remain safe and injury-free. The company has made available a collection of wall mounting kits, which customers can use to secure the mirrors to the wall. This way, you can continue to enjoy your mirror without risking injury.

In addition to the wall mount kit, IKEA has also provided detailed instructions on how to install the product correctly and safely, which can be found on the company’s website. If you are unsure about how to install the product safely, you should seek professional assistance.

In conclusion, IKEA’s safety concern will undoubtedly cause inconvenience, but it is an essential step that the company must take. If you believe that you are in possession of an affected mirror, promptly visit your nearest IKEA store for a full refund. Remember that prevention is better than cure, and the danger of these mirrors falling can not be overstated. Do not wait for an accident to happen before you act. Always prioritize your safety and the safety of your loved ones.

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