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Cheapism Logo By Saundra Latham of Cheapism | Slide 2 of 19: Recall year: 2021Deaths: 2Officials are investigating a Walmart store-brand aromatherapy spray after melioidosis, a rare and serious bacterial disease, recently sickened four people and killed two, including one child. The CDC found the bacteria that causes the disease in a sample of Better Homes & Gardens Gem Room Spray, which was sold in stores and online from February through October. The spray came in six scents and was packaged in a glass bottle. Officials say anyone with the spray should act with extreme caution, putting on gloves, double-bagging the bottle, and placing it inside a box before returning it to Walmart for a refund and a $20 gift card. Linens or surfaces that may have been sprayed with the product should also be washed and disinfected, officials say.Related: 10 Reasons Target Shoppers Avoid Walmart

Better Homes & Gardens Gem Room Spray

Recall year: 2021
Deaths: 2

Officials are investigating a Walmart store-brand aromatherapy spray after melioidosis, a rare and serious bacterial disease, recently sickened four people and killed two, including one child. The CDC found the bacteria that causes the disease in a sample of Better Homes & Gardens Gem Room Spray, which was sold in stores and online from February through October. The spray came in six scents and was packaged in a glass bottle. Officials say anyone with the spray should act with extreme caution, putting on gloves, double-bagging the bottle, and placing it inside a box before returning it to Walmart for a refund and a $20 gift card. Linens or surfaces that may have been sprayed with the product should also be washed and disinfected, officials say.

Related: 10 Reasons Target Shoppers Avoid Walmart

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