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Stand N Seal Lawsuit Information
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Tile Perfect, a division of Roanoke Companies Group Inc., of Aurora, Ill., is recalling 300,000 cans of Stand’n Seal “Spray-On” Grout Sealer because of reports of consumers suffering respiratory illness following use of the product.
The product’s odor is not chemically pungent enough to force consumers to minimize their exposure to the fumes. Consumers overexposed to those fumes can experience respiratory-related illness. There have been 88 reports from consumers who have had adverse reactions after using the aerosol product, including 28 confirmed reports of overexposure resulting in respiratory symptoms for which medical attention was sought for coughing, irritation, difficulty breathing, dizziness and disorientation. Thirteen individuals required medical treatment including overnight hospitalization.
All cans with date/lot codes starting with the following six digits are included in the recall:
Units with other date/lot codes have been reformulated and are not subject to this recall. The date/lot codes are printed on the bottom of the can.
The product, which was manufactured in the United States, was sold exclusively at Home Depot Stores from April 2005 through June 2005 for about $10. Consumers should not use the aerosol product and return it to the Home Depot for a full refund.
The recall was initiated after the Rocky Mountain Poison and Drug Center, in Denver, Colo., informed Roanoke Companies Group that two people had been hospitalized after using Stand’n Seal Grout Sealer.