That Hudson comforter by UGG that keeps you warm may be at risk of mold exposure. Because of that the U.S. Product Safety Commission has recalled 175,000 UGG comforters that were sold in-store and online between August 2017 and October 2017. The notice says mold could be in the comforters and "poses a risk of respiratory or other infections with compromised immune systems, damaged lungs, or allergies to mold." The comforters were $70-110 comforters sold and came in twin, full/queen and king size in navy, garnet, gray, and oatmeal. If you have one of these comforters you're instructed to stop using it and return it to Bed Bath and Beyond for a full refund.
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