Burn Hazard Prompts Mug Recall from Lighthouse Christian
A Christian goods manufacturer is issuing a recall for two models of mugs that pose a burn hazard.
The recalled items from Lighthouse Christian Products are made of ceramic and are available in the Pastor's Wife and Serve with Gladness models. Hot liquids can seep through hairline cracks, potentially causing injury to the user.
The firm is recalling about 4,400 units that are potentially affected. One incident has been reported, with no injuries.
The Pastor's Wife mug is cream color on the outside and teal on the inside with the phrase Pastor's Wife on one side and We Always Thank God and Pray For You on the other side. The Serve with Gladness mug is cream color inside and outside with the phrase Serve with Gladness on one side and Anyone who loves is a child of God inside a multicolored floral arrangement on the other side. Model number 18208 or 18209 is printed on the respective UPC sticker on the bottom of the mug.
Consumers could purchase these products at Family Christian Stores, Lifeway Christian Stores, Mardel, many smaller Christian bookstores and online from July 2015 through October 2015 for between $10 and $13.
Individuals in possession of these products should immediately stop using the recalled mugs and return them to the store where they were purchased or call Lighthouse for a full refund.
Customers with questions about the recall can contact Lighthouse Christian Products by phone at (888) 477-4031 or by email at CustomerService@LCPgifts.com.
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