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Maggie's Farm Bed Bug and Flea Killer cans recalled due to injury hazard

Maggie's Farm Bed Bug & Flea Killer
Posted at 12:22 PM, Aug 04, 2023
and last updated 2023-08-04 12:53:31-04

The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission is recalling the aerosol version of Maggie's Farm Bed Bug & Flea Killer because of possible risks to consumers.

According to the CPSC, the pressurized aerosol cans can rupture and expel shrapnel posing a risk of injury and lacerations.

They say the cans can also leak, causing a risk for skin and eye irritation upon contact.

This recall includes Maggie's Farm Bed Bug & Flea Killer 14-ounce aerosol cans. The cans are green with a red target and bar and Maggie’s Farm logo.

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The commission says consumers should immediately stop using the recalled cans and contact Maggie's Farm for a refund.

To receive a refund, consumers should take a photo of the recalled can and lot code on the bottom of the can, wrap the product in a plastic bag or several layers of paper, and dispose of it in the trash.

The photo of the can, consumer's contact information and a written confirmation of disposal can be emailed to to receive a full refund.

There have been four reports of cans rupturing, according to Maggie's Farm, but no injuries.

These cans are typically sold at Meijer, Big Y, Stop & Shop, Woodman's, and defense commissaries nationwide and online at,, and for between about $6 and $12.