More on The ZANILAST+ GEL Recall
The ZANILAST+ GEL, Sanitizer gel is being recalled by Nanomateriales, SA de CV. According to reports, the product has contained 1-propanol which has a remote chance of cute toxicity from ingestion. Once ingested, this can lead to central nervous system depression, which increases the possibility of death.
As of this time, the company hasn’t received any reports of adverse events.
The product being recalled is a sanitizer gel for handwashing to remove bacteria on the skin. The sanitizer gel comes in a form of 1 liter, 25 kg, and 1-gallon plastic bottles.
According to reports, the product was sold from May 29 to June 17, 2020, in California, New York, and New Jersey.
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What You Need To Do
In connection to this recall, Nanomateriales, SA de CV advised consumers who bought the product to return it to a place of purchase.
Meanwhile, for consumers with further queries about the recent recall, they can contact the company at (210) 963 5679) Monday through Friday from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM (CT) or by email at email@example.com.
Editor’s note on The ZANILAST+ GEL Recall:
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