Clorox recollects Pine-Sol merchandise which will comprise Pseudomonas aeruginosa micro organism


OAKLAND, Calif. — In case you’re pondering of wiping down your kitchen with that bottle of Pine-Sol all-purpose cleaner underneath your sink – cease. It could comprise micro organism that might trigger critical sickness in individuals with compromised immune programs.

The Clorox Firm mentioned Tuesday it has recalled its scented multi-surface cleaners and all-purpose cleaners. The recall does not embody its iconic unique pine-scented Pine-Sol, which is its solely product registered as a disinfectant.

The merchandise recalled by the Oakland, California-based firm additionally embody scented CloroxPro Pine-Sol All Goal Cleaners and Clorox Skilled Pine-Sol Lemon Contemporary Cleaners, the U.S. Client Product Security Fee mentioned in an announcement.

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The merchandise “might comprise micro organism, together with Pseudomonas aeruginosa, an environmental organism discovered extensively in soil and water,” the fee mentioned.

“The micro organism can enter the physique if inhaled, by way of the eyes, or by way of a break within the pores and skin. Individuals with wholesome immune programs are often not affected by the micro organism,” the fee mentioned.

Testing recognized micro organism within the recalled merchandise produced between January 2021 and September 2022, the fee mentioned. It mentioned shoppers ought to take photos of the 12 digit UPC code and the date code, throw the product in its container within the trash, and get in touch with the corporate for a refund.

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