We are talking about mugs made in India.
IKEA has announced the recall of a series of travel mugs called TROLIGTVIS due to excess levels of toxic substances in their products. This was reported on the company’s website.
We are talking about mugs of pink, blue and beige, made in India. They were sold from October 2019 to January 2020. The company received analysis data, according to which the level of dibutyl phthalate (a plasticizer used in the production of cellulose, rubber, polystyrene and other materials) that can be dangerous to humans can be exceeded.
The company encouraged all customers to stop using these products as soon as possible. Any of the mugs can be returned to the store with a full refund. However, no confirmation of purchase is required.
This is not the first product review from IKEA. In 2015, the company announced the recall of 27 million dressers after reports of the death of children due to the fall of the product on them. The company offered to return funds or get a set of fasteners for the safe use of a chest of drawers.