Thursday, August 3, 2017

Chemical burns: the danger of the sleeves Made in China


Surely you have heard the hateful phrase that "to be beautiful must suffer," well: nothing further from reality. Unfortunately, some iPhone users have discovered this in the worst possible way. According to the US Consumer Bureau, numerous people have filed complaints about certain shiny iPhone cases made in China because they appear to produce chemical burns .
But eye, tranquility, because it does not happen at all. In fact it refers to some Chinese-made double-coated plastic that have an additional layer inside which there is a bright liquid similar to glitter , which apparently have caused a furor among the most fashionistas, since they were sold in stores Fashion as Victoria's Secret.
The truth is that its design was quite attractive and came in various formats , more discreet or much more striking. These cases have been sold in stores located in the United States, Canada, and Mexico and several web pages the likes of Amazon. In addition, they were compatible with the iPhone 6, iPhone 6s and iPhone 7 models.
MixBin, the manufacturer, has had to give explanations, has begun to remove them and to try to alleviate what is coming to them, also offer returns:
THE SLEEVES ARE BEING REMOVED BECAUSE OF THE RISK OF SKIN IRRITATION, BLISTERS OR BURNS IF THE LIQUID IN THE INTERIOR COMES OUT DUE TO A CRACK OR RUPTURE OF THE SHEATH.
More than 20 people have already reported d years on their skin, irritations or even burns from contact with that dangerous liquid that makes them so attractive. A particular complaint details burns on the upper body: face, hands, neck and legs.
If you have purchased any of these covers, you can go to the web and give your data to proceed with its return.
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