AirWick Fresh New Day® aerosol air fresheners in the scents "Fresh Linen" and "Fresh Waters".
A corrosion inhibitor is absent from a single batch of aerosol air fresheners, which can cause to corrosion and rupture of the metal container and evacuation of the contents, creating injury and laceration concerns. Furthermore, deterioration of the container might cause leaking, which can cause skin and eye discomfort upon contact.
AirWick Fresh New Day aerosol air fresheners in 8-ounce aerosol cans in “Fresh Linen” scent (blue and white can, white cap, green Airwick logo, UPC 0-62338-74734-7) and “Fresh Waters” scent (green and white can, white cap, green Airwick logo, UPC 0-62338-77002-4) with batch code B22077-NJ and date code 18/03/22 are recalled. The batch and date codes are printed on the can's bottom, while the UPC is placed on the back label, next to the barcode.
Consumers should cease using the recalled air fresheners immediately, wrap them in multiple layers of paper, and dispose of them in accordance with state and local regulations. If the can looks to be leaking, avoid skin and eye contact. Reckitt Benckiser is giving away a coupon for a free replacement Fresh New Day aerosol air freshener. To get a voucher for a free replacement, consumers should contact Reckitt and submit a photo of the recalled can, along with their contact information and written assurance that they will dispose of the can.
The company has received five incident reports, including two of the can leaking, two of the can rupturing, and one of the can both leaking and rupturing. There have been no reported injuries.
Between March 2022 and September 2022, grocery, mass merchandisers, hardware, home improvement, drug shops, and other retailers countrywide, including Dollar Tree, True Value, and Cumberland Farms, sold the recalled items for roughly $1.25.
RB Manufacturing LLC “Reckitt”, of Parsippany, New Jersey