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Shaw Industries’ Southern Breezes Wall-to-Wall Carpet

Description: Shaw Industries Inc. Recall of Carpet Sold at Menards Stores Shaw Industries' "Southern Breezes" Wall-to-Wall Carpet Units: About 5,000 square yards (about 700 individual units) of carpet Manufacturer: Shaw Industries Inc., of Dalton, Ga. Hazard: Due to a manufacturing error, an uneven application of a latex pre-coat treatment containing a flame retardant was applied to the carpet backing. As a result, the carpet does not meet flammability standards as required under the federal Flammable Fabrics Act. The carpet could ignite, posing a serious risk of burn injuries to consumers. Incidents/Injuries: None reported. Description: The recalled wall-to-wall carpet was manufactured by Shaw Industries exclusively for sale by Menard Inc. in its Menards stores. The recalled carpet was sold under the Menard style number 75123 and style name "Southern Breezes" in the colors Toast, Midnight and Clove. Sold at: Certain Menards stores in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin from April 2004 through June 1, 2004 for $0.88 per square foot. Manufactured in: United States Remedy: Consumers with recalled carpet should contact Shaw Industries to arrange for free replacement carpeting and installation. The list of stores where the recalled carpeting was sold is attached. Consumer Contact: Contact Shaw Industries at (800) 441-7429 between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, or visit the firm's Web site at [Learn More]

Shaw Industries’ Southern Breezes Wall-to-Wall Carpet Recall Information

Country of OriginUnited States
Recall Date03/09/2005
Recall ID2893
Recall Number05129
Product TypeCarpets/Rugs
HazardFire & Fire-Related Burn
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