Posted on Jul 21, 2009
After receiving nearly 20 reports of consumers sustaining personal injuries, including burns and shocks caused by the wearing down of its product's power cord, California-based Thane International, in conjunction with the Consumer Products Safety Commission, voluntarily recalled nearly 600,000 of its electric-powered H2O mops, which had been widely marketed and sold through Thane's infomercials, particularly on the QVC Network. Thane is furnishing consumers with a free repair kit which can be obtained via the product's dedicated web site at

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