Name of product:
OZOfire™ Pourable Gel Fuel (Formula 4) Bottles
The pourable gel fuel can ignite unexpectedly and splatter onto people and objects nearby when it is poured into a firepot that is still burning. This hazard can occur if the consumer does not see the flame or is not aware that the firepot is still ignited. Gel fuel that splatters and ignites can pose fire and burn risks to consumers that can be fatal.
For additional information, contact Luminosities/Windflame toll-free at (855) 774-2260 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. CT Monday through Friday or visit the firm's website atwww.windflame.com
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About 26,500 bottles
The recall involves pourable OZOfire™ pourable gel fuel packaged in clear one-quart plastic bottles. The gel fuel does not have citronella. The label on the container include the words "OZOfire™," "Fuel Barons Inc.," "Formula 4," and "Pure Bio-Ethanol Fuel Pourable Gel." The fuel is poured into a stainless steel cup in the center of ceramic firepots or other decorative lighting devices and ignited. The following products are affected by this recall:
||OZOfire™ Pourable Gel Fuel (Formula 4)
This firm is part of a larger set of pourable gel fuel recalls. For more information, please see:
News Release: Nine Manufacturers, Distributors Announce Consumer Recall of Pourable Gel Fuel Due to Burn and Flash Fire Hazards (Sept. 1, 2011)
News Release: Napa Home & Garden Recalls NAPAfire and FIREGEL Pourable Gel Fuel Due to Fire and Burn Hazards (June 22, 2011)
OnSafety Blog: Stop Using Pourable Gel Fuels (June 22, 2011)
Alert: Press Statement on Gel Fuels and Other Illuminating Fuels (June 14, 2011)
Luminosities/Windflame has received one report of an incident involving the gel fuel. No injuries have been reported.
Consumers should immediately stop using the pourable gel fuel in firepots and return all bottles to the retailer where the consumer purchased the fuel for a full refund.
Online at specialty and gift shops, furniture stores and home and garden stores and other stores nationwide, through home and garden catalogs and home decorators and landscape architects and online including www.amazon.com October 2010 through August 2011 for between $4 and $12.
Fuel Barons Inc., of Stateline, Nev.
Luminosities/Windflame Inc., of St. Paul, Minn.
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