Over the last few years, Himalayan salt lamps have become very popular due to their stress-relieving capabilities, but now, it turns out they might not be so great after all, as about 80,000 rock salt lamps have been recalled "due to shock and fire hazards." The lamps became a trendy decor idea to light up your room while keeping positive energy flowing, but if you bought one of these lamps from Lumière, you should return it immediately.
According to a statement from the Consumer Product Safety Commission, three different lamps from the brand Lumière, sold between July and November 2016 at Michaels and on Amazon, are being recalled because the dimmer switch can overheat and potentially catch on fire. If you are the owner of one of the three Lumière rock salt lamps, the CPSC says that you should stop using it and return the lamp for a full refund.
Not sure if you have one of these lamps? They are pink and mounted on a wooden base or in a black metal basket. The three Lumière lamps being recalled include the Rock of Gibraltar Lamp (SKU: 495144, UPC: 00886946056253), the Carnival of Lights (SKU: 495433, UPC: 00886946058325), and the Basket of Rocks (SKU: 495146, UPC: 00886946056277).
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