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Cottonelle recall: People who purchased significant numbers of toiletries at the beginning of the epidemic may be disappointed to learn that Kimberly-Clark has issued a large-scale recall of its popular Cottonelle® Flushable Wipes and Cottonelle® GentlePlus Flushable Wipes products.

According to the business, the bacterium Pluralibacter Gergoviae was found on multiple lots of products made between February 7th and September 14th, 2020. Over the last few months, consumers who purchased affected products are being asked to cease using them, throw them away, and contact the company for a refund or replacement.

Cottonelle Recall Wipes Bacterial Contamination

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By clicking here and viewing the official Cottonelle recall page, you can see if your Cottonelle Flushable Wipes product is in danger of bacterial contamination. There are instructions on locating your product’s lot number and using the website to determine whether it should trash it.

Is Pluralibacter Gergoviae a Threatening Bacterium?

Pluribacter Gergoviae, the bacteria found on various Cottonelle Flushable Wipes products, is a naturally occurring bacteria that only rarely causes serious infection. At worst, the majority of people will have a brief rash. Consumer concerns have been limited to a “low rate of non-serious complaints,” according to Kimberly-Clark.

People with immune system weaknesses or bacterial sensitivities, on the other hand, could become gravely ill if they are exposed to the bacteria even briefly. Depending on the bacteria, infection site, and individual, the symptoms of a severe bacterial infection can vary.

Respiratory difficulties, high fevers, full-body weakness, and nausea or vomiting are some of the most serious symptoms.

Are You Able To Sue Cottonelle Recall And Kimberly-Clark?

If you’ve had any serious infection symptoms, you should consult a doctor as soon as possible. You should also keep the product and its package in a safe place where children and dogs cannot access it. Do not store the product in a location where it may contaminate other home products or food.

The packaging of a contaminated product may be used as a vital piece of evidence in an injury claim or class action brought against Kimberly-Clark, so don’t throw it away immediately away.

Please contact us before taking any action. People who have had a serious infection that necessitated medical attention may be eligible to file a claim against the product manufacturer for selling a dangerously faulty product and receive reasonable compensation.

Medical expenditures missed wages, and undue pain and suffering could all be covered by compensation.

Claims Of Cottonelle Recall Bacterial Infection In Philadelphia

Golomb Spirt Grunfeld, P.C. in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is researching the continuing Cottonelle Flushable Wipes recall to see if there are legal grounds to sue Kimberly-Clark.

We are receiving reports from people all across the area who may have purchased a contaminated product or become ill as a result of using one. The stronger the case against the product maker becomes as more customers contact our law firm.

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