Thousands of knobs recalled because they could break

Doorknobs recalled by CPSC

WASHINGTON, D.C. (Fox 32 News) - Thousands of drawer knobs have been recalled because they could break in your hand.

The glass and ceramic knobs were sold at TJ Maxx, Marshalls and HomeGoods stores, reports the Consumer Product Safety Commission.

In all, 21,000 knobs are being recalled.

There is one report of a knob shattering in a person's hand. That person was cut.

The knobs were sold from October 2015 to October 2018 at stores in the United States and Canada.