Bistro Chairs Recalled by Midwest-CBK Due to Fall Hazard

Midwest-CBK Bistro Chairs Recalled
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August 7, 2013

Midwest-CBK is recalling approximately 550 bistro chairs. The chair's metal frame can bend or break, posing a fall hazard to consumers.

This recall involves distressed gray wash bistro chairs with metal frames, metal scrolling with wooden slats on the seatbacks, and round wooden slat seats.

The chairs measure about 36 inches tall by 21 inches wide by 17 inches deep. Item number 304136 and UPC number 7384490413 are printed on a hangtag attached to the chair.

The bistro chairs affected by this recall were sold at gift stores nationwide from August 2011 through June 2013 for about $110.

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled bistro chairs and contact Midwest-CBK for instructions on returning the chairs for a full refund.

For additional information on this recall, contact Midwest-CBK toll-free at 800-394-4225.

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