Fall Risk Prompts Samuel Lawrence to Recall Bordeaux Bed Frames

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Another product is being recalled because of the dangers that its users could be exposed to.

The High Point, North Carolina-based Samuel Lawrence has recalled king and queen sized bed frames from the Bordeaux Collection.  These items were produced by Poh Huat Furniture and imported from Malaysia.  They were sold between August 2009 and April of this year.  The beds have a cherry color and come in a sleigh-bed style.  A total of 1,250 beds in Canada and another 18,400 across America fall within the scope of the recall, and the beds will have model numbers beginning with 8070 and ending with either 252, 253, 272, or 273.

The recall is due to the propensity of the hardware positioned along the headboard and footboard to come loose, thereby creating a fall hazard for anyone sleeping or sitting on the bed at the time of dislodging.  One individual has reportedly suffered an injured foot because of this potential defect.

Affected customers should immediately call Samuel Lawrence Furniture, as the company has pledged to provide a free repair kit to those persons who own these beds.  The products were sold at a number of furniture retailers across the country, where they ran consumers anywhere from $400 to $500.  Samuel Lawrence can be contacted with any questions, and until the bed is replaced, customers should sleep elsewhere.