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If You Bought This From Costco, Stop Using It Immediately

All models of this popular product have been recalled due to a potential fire hazard.

Everyone loves a trip to Costco to load up on the necessities. But once in a while, you probably splurge on something special, too. And if you've indulged in some self-care products at the wholesaler recently, you need to examine your purchase closely because a recall has been issued on a massager sold exclusively at Costco. Read on to find out more, and for another popular product you need to stop using, If You Have This in Your Medicine Cabinet, the FDA Says to Get Rid of It.

Massimo Motor Sports recalled all models of their Massimo Percussion Massage Guns on Jan. 6, according to an announcement released by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Announcement (CPSC). The products were sold exclusively on Costco's website from April to May of 2020. According to the CPSC, Massimo had to recall around 12,360 massagers due to a potential fire hazard; the products have a built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery system that can overheat and cause a fire. "Massimo has received three reports of fires with the recalled massage guns that resulted in over $15,000 in property damage," the CPSC report states. Thankfully, no physical injuries have been reported so far.

The massagers in question were all marked with the model number EM003 and were sold in four colors: black, silver, gold, and blue. If you have one of the recalled massagers at home, the CPSC says you should stop using it immediately and contact Massimo for a full refund.

These massage guns aren't the only products that have been recalled from Costco recently, however. For more recalled items you may have bought at Costco, keep reading, and for another recently recalled product, beware that If You Have This in Your Fridge, Throw It Away Now, FDA Says.

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Faux poinsettias


If you haven't put your Christmas decorations away yet, you may want to check them before they go into storage. CG Hunter had to recall their faux poinsettia centerpiece, which were sold at Costco this year, after possible microbial activity was discovered on the plants' leaves. These faux florals can be returned to Costco for a full refund. And for more up-to-date news on recalls, sign up for our daily newsletter.

Flushable wipes

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Cottonelle Flushable Wipes, also sold by Costco, had to be recalled this year due to the discovery of possible microbial activity, according to a statement from manufacturer Kimberly-Clark. If you purchased these wipes from Costco between Feb. 14 and Oct. 8, 2020, you should not use them and return them for a full refund. And for more hygienic products you shouldn't use, know that If You Use This Mouthwash, the FDA Says to Stop Immediately.

Garden pruners

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Last month, Fiskars Brands issued a voluntary recall for the Fiskars 16' Power-Level Extendable Pole Saw & Pruner, which were sold at Costco. According to their recall announcement, the pole and pruner can separate in rare circumstances, causing the saw blade and pruner head to drop, posing a potential laceration risk. If you purchased this item between Jan. 1, 2019 to Sept. 14, 2020, return it to Costco for a full refund. And for more backyard hazards, If You're Using This in Your Yard, the CPSC Says Stop Immediately.


hand opening empty dresser drawer

A recall for several Modus Furniture dressers was issued in June after a major risk was identified. According to the CPSC's report, these dressers, which were available for purchase from Costco between Nov. 2017 and Dec. 2019, are unstable and can tip over if the mirror is not installed. The CPSC says the dresser's tip-over restraint kits "do not comply with the performance requirements of the U.S. voluntary industry standard." And for more household recalls to be aware of, know that If You Have This in Your Bedroom, Stop Using It Now.

Kali Coleman
Kali Coleman is a Senior Editor at Best Life. Her primary focus is covering news, where she often keeps readers informed on the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and up-to-date on the latest retail closures. Read more
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