November 8, 2000
Penray Starting Fluid Recalled
Detroit, MI (SafetyAlerts) - The National Highway
Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has published a recall affecting certain Penray
Starting Fluid because a high concentration of water in the aerosol container can cause
rusting from the inside out along the vertical seam.
This could result in fluid leaking out. If
the can leaks fluid, this could pose a fire hazard or irritation to consumer's eyes and
This recall involves Penray Starting Fluid Part
No. 5315, Service Pro Starting Fluid Part No. 5315, and Super X Premium Starting Fluid
Part No. 470.
Penray is notifying all its distributors that they
will replace the defective cans of starting fluid free of charge. Penray has also issued
placards to be posted in all its distributor locations. If you have any of these products
and wish to return them, contact Penray Customer Service at 1-800-323-6329.
[NHTSA Recall No. 00E53]
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