Homegoods, TJ Maxx and Marshalls are issuing a recall on 17,000 chairs and bar stools due to a fall risk.  The chairs were purchased between December 2017-June 2018.

The chairs are part of two separate recalls.

The first recall was issued on September 6, 2018, after the manufacturer received three reports of injuries.  The recall includes 1,100 TJX swivel bar stools sold in a beige, blue, and gray fabric. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the wooden joints on the stool can break causing a fall hazard.

The second recall was issued a week later after the Consumer Product Safety Commission received five reports of chairs breaking, including one injury.  The recall includes 16,000 Jimco Outdoor Folding Bistro Chairs. The chair’s seat can break causing a fall injury. 

The chairs were sold individually at TJ Maxx and Marshalls and in a set at Homegoods stores from January 2018- June 2018.

The CPSC urges anyone who purchased the recalled chairs to stop using them and call the store you purchased them from for a full refund.

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If you are unsure if your chair has been recalled, you can check the CPSC’s site for the TJX bar stool here and the Jimco bistro chair here.

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Source:, “If You Bought These Chairs From HomeGoods, TJ Maxx, Or Marshall’s, Stop Using Them Immediately”

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