Attention parents: There has been a recall on a popular baby cot due to missing label

Uh oh. Attention mums and dads. There has been a recall on a popular baby cot.

Here is what you need to know.

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Attention parents: There has been a recall on a popular baby cot

On the 6th June 2018, parents were warned of a recall involving a baby cot sold at Baby Bunting. This recall affects purchases around Australia.

According to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, the Danish by Design Troll LUKAS cot has been recalled as it is missing warning labels.



Source: Products Recall Australia

Cots manufactured on 30 May 2017 do not comply with Consumer Protection Notice No. 6 of 2005 for labelling requirements. They do not have the appropriate warning labels affixed to the mattress base,” the recall notice reads.

The Danish cot was sold by Baby Bunting between August 2017 – May 2018.

If you purchased this cot after August 2017 from a Baby Bunting Store, officials are encouraging parents to investigate the surface of the matters base.

If you can’t find your warning sticker, you are encouraged to contact Danish by Design Pty Ltd. That way you can receive a new sticker and instructions on how to fix it to your cot base.

Contact: Danish by Design 03 9588 0999
[email protected].

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