If you’re a buyer of Plum Silicone Soothers, it’s time to check your baby’s current dummy, the nappy bag, the pram and the reserve stash of dummies after Plum issued an urgent recall.
Plum Silicone Soother recall
Plum Australia has issued an urgent recall notice for a batch of their popular dummies, Plum Silicone Soothers, amid choking fears.
The Plum Silicone Soothers were sold by Baby Bunting stores in New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Victoria and Western Australia between the dates 3 May 2021 to 14 June 2021.
The Baby Bunting stores selling this batch of dummies were: Auburn, Baldivis, Bankstown, Bendigo, Blacktown, Belrose, Booval, Campbelltown, Camperdown, Castle Towers, Chatswood, Casula, Coffs Harbour, Doncaster, Gepps Cross, Hoppers Crossing, Maribyrnong, Moore Park, Munno Para, Narre Warren, Penrith, Taren Point, Thomastown, Warner’s Bay, Wetherill Park and West Gosford.
The ACC Product Safety Australia recall notice has the details below:
What you need to know
The product details: Plum Silicone Soother in all colours. Sizes NB-6 months and 6-18 months. Product packaging is marked with 20/21 above the barcode.
What’s the problem?
The product may have been damaged by its packaging, resulting in the teat possibly breaking away from the shield.
What’s the safety hazard?
A broken teat may pose a choking hazard for young children, which can lead to severe injury or death.
What do I do?
Consumers should immediately stop using the product and return it to any Baby Bunting store for a full refund. In the interim, we hope you have another dummy handy!
For more information, consumers can contact Plum Australia by email at [email protected] or by phone on 03 9580 6055.
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