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RECALL ALERT: Michael's recalls Ceramic Travel Mug to prevent injuries

Source: CPSC Source: CPSC
Source: CPSC Source: CPSC
AMARILLO, TX (KFDA) -

Close to 27,000 travel mugs are being pulled from store shelves at Michael's as a precautionary measure.

Michael's is trying to prevent injuries after discovering one of their ceramic travel mugs had a leaking lid. They say it does not fit securely and can cause hot liquids to leak and cause burns.

Company officials also say there's a fear of users burning their hands on the side walls of the mug since there in no silicone hand wrap.

The ceramic travel mugs were sold at Michael's nationwide through April of this year for about $8.

Only ceramic mugs with SKU number 508992 and UPC code 886946619458 printed on a label on the bottom of the mugs are included in the recall.

Consumers can either discard the recalled product or return it to any Michael's store for a full refund. In store credit is also available upon return.

Contact Michaels at 800-642-4235 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday or online at www.michaels.com and click on “Product Recalls” at the bottom of the page for more information.

Source: CPSC

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