Many of us like to hire a handyman when we need something fixed around the house, while others prefer to take on these tasks themselves. But whether you’re a DIY-er or not, you probably know where the closest Home Depot or Lowe’s warehouse is located, just in case you’re in need of any home improvement essentials. If you recently purchased any tools from either of these retailers, however, you’ll want to be aware of the latest warning from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). Read on to find out which product officials are asking you to stop using immediately.
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