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02 Jul / More Roman Shade Recalls
The Shade Store is recalling 45,000 roman shades. This recall involves custom-made Roman shades that were made out of fabric and of woven wood. The shades do not have any permanent markings and were sold at five showroom locations and online at www.theshadestore.com from February 2006 through March 2011 for between $120 and $355 per shade.
02 Dec / About the Lowe’s Recall
Yesterday Lowe’s recalled 11 million roman shades and roll up shades. The reason for this recall is because the shades, as of December 3rd, no longer meet the safety standards the Industry created this past year. Lowe’s had their chance to be apart of the major recall back in December 2009, but for some reason did not want to participate.
More Recalls on roman shades. If you have roman shades, pay attention to these recalls as you may be able to get your money back on them!
If you have these type of shades in your home, please remove them and replace them with something cord-free! For more information about what these type of shades look like, please see our video section of our website.
If you have turned on the television within the last few days, you probably saw this massive recall announced by the CPSC on Tuesday.
Many of you might wonder what these recalls really mean. Let’s take a closer look at each one, what it entails.
Well this is a hefty recall!
Kudos to the CPSC! It’s about time! We have been writing for 6 years about how dangerous roman shades and roll up shades are. Here are the links that contain the recalls in them.
19 Jan / Risk of Strangulation Prompts Recall
Here are 2 recalls for shades that have injured and killed children.
These recalls are great, and we applaud the manufactures and retailers for recalling them.
Our hope is that ALL retailers and manufactures will recall their products that have the exact same design which have killed or injured other children. All roman shades and roll up shades have the same exact design. They all need to be pulled off the shelves!