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Wacky Warning Labels

Wacky Warning Labels

(2)The winner of the 9th annual Wacky Warning Label Contest, as conducted by consumer watchdog group M-LAW, is a heat gun and paint remover that produces temperatures of 1,000 degrees and warns users, "Do not use this tool as a hair dryer." Other wacky labels include: a kitchen knife that warns, "Never try to catch a falling knife," and a cocktail napkin (pictured) with a map of the waterways around Hilton Head, S.C. printed on it that advises, "Caution: Not to be used for navigation." Read more here(1).

1. http://www.mlaw.org/wwl/
2. http://www.mlaw.org/wwl/

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