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What is this product recall thing all about? How does it work? What is your source?
What is this product recall thing all about? How does it work? What is your source?

Did you know that Centriq can notify you about product recalls?

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Written by Customer|Care
Updated over a week ago

Did you know that there are 50 million recalled products in homes across America that have caused injuries and property damage but have never been identified and returned?

We didn’t either. That’s why we made it super-simple for you to find out if you have any safety risks in your own home. All you have to do is tap the “+ button”, select “Add Appliance/Item” and take a picture of the product label or anything else that shows us Make and Model.

From there, we run every submission against the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) Product Recall Database to check if it’s been recalled. If it has, we’ll let you know and we’ll point you to where you can get it taken care of.

By the way, so far, we’ve informed homeowners about recalled hazards in their home including Samsung washing machines that fall apart while spinning and send metal flying across the room, Cuisinart food processors that chip metal from the blade into the food, and Corovin wine preservers that shatter the wine bottle from excess pressure.

Please contact us at if you need more guidance, have questions, would like to submit a feature request or if you have other feedback.

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