Liberty Hardware Recalls Glass Cabinet Knobs

Liberty Hardware Recalls Glass Cabinet Knobs

Liberty Hardware, a division of Masco Corporation, is recalling about 38,000 Mercury Glass Cabinet Knobs and Flower Glass Cabinet Knobs.

Liberty Hardware Recalls Glass Cabinet Knobs

The affected knobs are about two inches in diameter and in a glass flower shaped design with a zinc base. The Mercury Glass Cabinet Knobs are painted on the inside to give the appearance of mercury glass and the Flower Glass Cabinet Knobs are a pink colored glass.

Liberty Hardware Recalls Glass Cabinet Knobs DC2754847

Thus far, Liberty has had 29 reports of the knobs breaking during use including three reported laceration injuries.

Where Recalled Knobs Were Sold

These knobs might have been purchased at Home Depot stores nationwide and various online retailers including homedepot.com, wayfair.com, and build.com from July 2016 through September 2021 for between $4 to $6.

Recalled Knobs Remedy

If you have these knobs, uninstall them and contact Liberty Hardware toll-free at 844-811-4541 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET from Monday through Thursday and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Friday, or them email at recall@libertyhardware.com for a refund.

 

 

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