IKEA has chosen to draw some cups back, that are made in India, which secretes chemicals
The Swedish møbelgigant calls on people who have bought the mug with the name TROLIGTVIS in any color, to immediately stop using it, if there is 'Made in India' in the bottom of the cup.
The typing of IKEA in a press release.
TROLIGTVIS-cups have been sold since October. Have you bought the cup, you can take the cup back to IKEA and get his money back - even though you have thrown her receipt away.
How to look TROLIGTVIS-the cups out. Handout
IKEA has discovered in a test, the cups do not comply with IKEA's requirements for their products, as it secretes chemicals that exceed the prescribed limits.
There is talk about the chemical DBP (dibutylphthalate). It is a chemical used to soften plastic.
IKEA also sells a version of cups that are produced in Italy, and they are still sold and should remain within the requirements of the products.