Buying second-hand products on Internet or checking out yard sales and flea markets?


 
Buying second-hand products on Internet or checking out yard sales and flea markets?

Be aware of potential risks and ask questions to make sure your perfect find is safe to use.

You should avoid items that are:

  • banned
  • damaged
  • missing labelling or instructions

Some second-hand products may seem harmless but they can be potentially dangerous. Be extra cautious about buying the following items:

For more information:
http://healthycanadians.gc.ca/product-safety-securite-produits/consumer-consommation/education/second_hand-usages-eng.php

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