P&G issues recall for selected Zevo products
The company said the variant can be visually recognised by the purple label (called Zevo Fly, Gnat and Fruit Fly Flying Insect Killer3 Value Packs), and sold in a twin value pack.
P&G added it has identified a very limited number of products where the packaging may be compromised.
The liquid inside the bottle is not impacted, it continued, but the packaging "could have been compromised during manufacturing, potentially causing leakage, or in extremely rare instances, causing the can to rupture".
"Consumers should stop using and appropriately discard the affected aerosol spray products. It is recommended to place the product into a separate plastic bag (as is) and if the twin pack is still unopened, dispose of it without separating the two cans from the shrink-wrapped plastic," stated P&G.
The company has not received any consumer or customer complaints, but stated it is taking this step as a precautionary measure.
"All other Zevo aerosols, sprays and traps are not impacted and may continue to be used and purchased as intended," P&G continued.
Zevo will offer reimbursement for consumers who have purchased impacted products.