Portable steamers recalled 5.4 million items of clothing for burn risk

Millions of portable garment steamers sold nationwide on HSN and in stores are being recalled after more than 100 reported burns.

This recall involves Joy / JM brand My Little Steamer and My Little Steamer Go Mini portable garment steamers. Steamers are portable electrical devices (120V, 60Hz, 900w), which use hot steam, emitted from a nozzle head to remove wrinkles from clothes and other fabrics.

The steamers were sold in two sizes: the standard full-size (or deluxe) My Little Steamer or the compact-sized My Little Steamer Go Mini. Steamboats were sold individually or in combination sets in a variety of colors, including black, white, red, purple, and teal.

The recalled models have a flat or triangular steam head and the product name is printed on the side of the device.


Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled garment steamers and contact HSN for information on how to receive a full refund for units purchased from January 2018 to December 2020, a partial refund for units purchased from January 2015 to December 2017, or a voucher. purchase for units purchased. before January 2015.

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HSN toll-free at 855-654-0942 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. ET Monday to Friday, or online at www.SteamerRecallSettlement.com or www.hsn.com and click on Recall Information for more information.

Incidents / injuries:

HSN has received 227 reports of hot water spray or vapor leaks, including 106 reports of burns. These reports include eight reports of second degree burns and six reports of third degree burns.

Sold to:

Online at HSN.com and on the HSN television network. They were also sold in stores nationwide or online at various retailers including Amazon, Target, Bed Bath & Beyond, Walmart and Lowes from January 2002 to December 2020 for between $ 10 and $ 30 individually and between $ 20 and 50. $ in combined sets.

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