IKEA Singapore recalls “Made in India” TROLIGTVIS travel mug

By January 15, 2020Current

TL;DR – Stop using it and return the product to any IKEA store for a full refund if you have one.

IKEA Singapore is recalling a series of its TROLIGTVIS travel mug.

In a Facebook post dated 15 January 2020, the world’s largest furniture retailer said that recent test reports have shown that a series of its TROLIGTVIS travel mug may contain an excessive amount of Dibuthyl phthalate (DBP) which exceeds the prescribed limits.

And hence, as a precautionary measure, IKEA is urging all customers in possession of the travel mug with marking “Made in India” to return the product to any nearby IKEA store.

Proof of purchase, such as receipt is not required for the full refund.

You can read IKEA Singapore’s full post below:


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Gabrielle Teo

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