RECALL: Liquid Filled Glitter Phone Cases

August 2, 2017

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If your phone case is covered with liquid glitter, there's a good chance it has been recalled due to some users being burned or suffering from skin irritation after the cases broke. According to a post with the Consumer Product Safety Commission, the cases manufactured by MixBin Electronics for the iPhone 6, 6s, and 7, contain liquid and glitter that are floating inside the plastic case. If the liquid glitter leaks from the case, it could leave users with burns or other skin irritations. So far, MixBin says it is aware of 24 reports worldwide of skin irritation and chemical burns related to the cases and has recalled.  The phone cases were sold between October 2015 through June 2017 at various stores including Nordstrom Rack, Victoria Secret and Amazon. iPhone users who have the cases are urged to immediately stop using them and contact MixBin Electronics for a full refund at the toll free number 855-215-4935 or online [CLICK HERE>.

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