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Product recall for Argos bedding

Product recall for Argos bedding

Published by Grace Mcgachy
11:42am 24th April 2019.

You may not want these on your bed in West Norfolk.

Argos has issued a recall for a number of Downland Bedding Company products.

It's because they failed to meet the required level of fire and safety standards during routine testing.


If you have purchased any of these products Argos advise you should stop using it immediately and return it to an Argos store for a full refund.

You won't need a proof of purchase.

If you require any further information on this recall contact Argos Customer Service on 0800 0113462

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