You might have to wait until next year to install the vanity bathroom sets that have become a fixture of most kids’ bathrooms.
In fact, it’s not yet clear how many kids will have to buy them.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said in a statement Tuesday that it will release a report this week on the “vendor-specific safety” of vanity bathroom products and how they’re manufactured.
The commission also plans to look at the safety of the products, which have been on the market for nearly three years.
It said the product has not yet been found to cause injury to consumers.
“Vermont law requires that manufacturers provide consumers with a warning label on the product package that states the products manufacturer is not liable for injuries caused by use or misuse,” the commission said in the statement.
The products’ labels are printed on the side of the container and not the bottom, which is often the location of a person’s face or face mask.
It’s not clear how much the new safety warnings would cost manufacturers, but a spokesperson for the company that makes the products said it’s still working on the issue.
In an email, the spokesperson said the company “had no comment” and that it “has always taken precautions to protect our customers from injuries.”
The commission’s report will include the results of an investigation of the product, but the company is still working to determine the safety for consumers.
The commission will make recommendations to regulators on how to regulate the industry, including how to determine what constitutes a “hazardous product” and what kinds of products must be labeled, according to the statement released Tuesday.
The products are sold in many countries, including China, France, Germany, Mexico, Singapore, and the United Kingdom, the commission wrote.
They can be bought online and at drugstores.