Homfa Cabinets Sold on Amazon Are Recalled Because of Tip-Over Danger
The potentially unstable products pose a hazard that could result in death or injuries to children
The manufacturer Shenzhen Luosi Ge Trading Co. recalled about 6,000 Homfa cabinets in December 2020 because they pose a serious tip-over risk that could lead to death or injuries in children, according to an announcement from the Consumer Product Safety Commission late last month.
The recall is for the Homfa HPB-087 (sold in walnut brown) and HPB-106 cabinets (sold in wood grain), which measure about 29.75 inches tall, 31.5 inches wide, and 15.4 inches deep, and weigh about 59 pounds.
The products, which have three drawers and one cabinet door, don't comply with the industry's voluntary stability standard for dressers and other clothing storage units. The products may tip-over if not anchored to a wall.
Products recalled: The Homfa HPB-087 (sold in walnut brown) and the HPB-106 cabinets (sold in wood grain). The cabinets measure about 29.75 inches tall, 31.5 inches wide, and 15.4 inches deep, and weigh about 59 pounds.
Sold at: Amazon from July 2019 through September 2020 from $90 to $130.
The problem: The cabinets, which don't comply with the industry's voluntary stability standard, pose a serious tip-over and entrapment risk that can result in death or injuries to children.
The fix: Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled cabinets and keep children away from them. Then contact Homfa for a full refund. The company will provide prepaid shipping labels so that consumers can remove the cabinet's drawer slides and return them to the firm in exchange for the refund. Then discard the rest of the dresser.
The company states that it will also send email directly to all known customers who purchased the recalled product.
How to contact the manufacturer: Email the company at email@example.com.