BRS and BULin Liquid Fuel Bottles Recalled Due to Risk of Poisoning, Burn, and Flash Fire

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is announcing a recall of BRS and BULin portable liquid fuel bottles due to serious safety hazards. These bottles pose a risk of poisoning, burns, and flash fires to children and adults.

Recall Details

  • The bottles lack child-resistant closures, violating safety regulations and posing a risk of accidental ingestion and poisoning.
  • The 530mL BRS bottle lacks a flame mitigation device, increasing the risk of flash fires.

Recalled Product

  • BRS and BULin portable liquid fuel bottles manufactured from February 2023 to July 2023.
  • BRS bottles:
    • Orange with a black cap.
    • Sold in 500mL, 530mL, and 750mL sizes.
  • BULin bottles:
    • Red with a red cap.
    • Sold in 1500mL size.

Additional information

  • The bottles were sold exclusively on from February 2023 to November 2023 for between $12 and $40.
  • For more information and instructions on how to return the bottles, please visit the CPSC website.

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