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Tigerlily Scented Candles - recall expansion

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The Hazard

Recall expansion: now includes all tigerlilly candles in brown glass.

When alight the candle may give off excessive smoke, the flame may flare up, and the glass container may overheat and/or shatter.

If the candle flares up it may pose a risk of injury from broken glass, uncontained hot wax, as well as from fire and smoke.

What to do

Stop using your candle and return it to your nearest Tigerlily store for a full refund, replacement or voucher.

Availability

Sold at Tigerlily stores in Newmarket and Takapuna, Auckland from June 2011
A smaller number of units were also sold at Amazon surf stores.

Product Identifiers

Cylindrical scented candle with two wicks encased in brown tinted decorative glass sold in the following scents: Viva, Del Este

The recall now applies to all candles in brown tinted glass, whether batch coded or not.
Previously, only candles without batch codes were affected.

Supplier Contact

GSM (Operations) Pty Limited
Email 09 529 0172 Visit their site
Address

1 Billabong Place, Burleigh Heads QLD 4220, Australia

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