Straightening Brush Recall
Do you own one of these straightening brushes?
Some of you ask why I post recalls on my website rather than my Facebook page, there are a few reasons…
- If someone hears about a recall, you automatically head to google and search for information on that particular recall. If I only posted about it on my Facebook page then that person on Google may not see the information.
- Facebook only delivers our posts to a very small percentage of our followers so not everyone will see the post. This is why we will post the recall post a few times at different times of the day to ensure no one misses out.
- The recall information is easier to find on my website if you wish to come back to it for more information at a later date rather than having to scroll through all my Facebook posts
- The shorter the Facebook posts are, the more likely they will reach people – it’s a crazy Facebook algorithm, which means we wouldn’t be able to provide full information.
I am often sent in some great straightening brush bargains by you guys and I often post the best ones – seems most of you love a straightening brush, however, one brand has been recalled.
Fast Hair Straightener HQT – 906 has been recalled.
There is a risk of electric shock due to easily accessible live parts with this model.
Experts have recommended that if you have an affected product stop using it immediately and remove from the mains as the brush is very dangerous.
This straightening brush comes from China and the manufacturers have not provided a way to exchange your product or claim a refund.
If you purchased the item from a UK seller and need further advice, Citizens Advice can help. If you bought your product from a company based inside the EU, European law will protect you. Contact the UK European Consumer Centre for more details. If you bought your product from a company outside the EU it is unlikely that UK or EU law can assist you.