Recall for Dr. Brown's brand dish soap due to bacteria risk

Thousands of bottles of Dr. Brown's Brand dish soap used to clean baby bottles and other dishes is under recall. About 23,000 Dr. Brown's Natural bottle and dish soaps are being recalled because they could contain harmful bacteria. Courtesy: CPSC / NBC News Channel
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(NBC News Channel) - Thousands of bottles of Dr. Brown's Brand dish soap used to clean baby bottles and other dishes is under recall.

About 23,000 Dr. Brown's Natural bottle and dish soaps are being recalled because they could contain harmful bacteria.

The soaps were sold separately, as well as, with Dr. Brown's Bottle Brush Cleaning Kit.

Consumers should stop using the soap and can contact Handi-Craft to receive a replacement.

Bottles and dishes cleaned with the recalled product should be boiled or sanitized in the dishwasher.



 
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