IKEA recalling mirrors over risk of injury

Photo by: IKEA
Photo by: IKEA

(Delft, Netherlands) -- IKEA is recalling thousands of wall mirrors due to a risk of injury.

The company says the plastic fittings on all sizes of their LETTAN model mirrors can break, causing them to fall off of walls, posing a risk of cuts and lacerations.

Around 22-thousand units were sold in U.S. stores and online from December of 2019 to this past October.

Owners are urged to stop using the mirrors immediately, contact the company's customer service department for replacement fittings, or return them to an IKEA store for a full refund.