What’s the Problem?
This recall affects Rust-Oleum Professional Bright Galvanizing Compound Spray used to protect metal surfaces from rust and corrosion, according to the U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC) .
“The bottom of the pressurized container can detach unexpectedly, posing an injury hazard,” CPSC said.
The 20-ounce can is silver with a silver cap. Only cans with product number 7584838 and batch code H0304A are affected by the recall. The product number and batch code are printed on either the top or the bottom of the can. The label on the can states “Rust-Oleum,” “Professional” and “Bright Galvanizing Compound.”
The recalled Rust-Oleum was sold at Lowe’s, Menards, and other hardware stores nationwide and online from March 2020 through October 2020 for about $10.
If you purchased any compounding spray that is affected by this recall, you should not use it and contact Rust-Oleum for a full refund. The company will give consumers information on how to safely dispose of the spray cans.
This recall began on January 6, 2022.
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