Consumer Product Safety Commission
They are clothing that in rare cases can kill. New York banned or restricted the use of drawstrings in children’s clothing more than a decade ago — and the feds followed suit in recent years. But you can still find “drawstring dangers” on store shelves.
Customs officers at the Port of New York/New Jersey seized two shipments from China containing toy dolls, cosmetic sets, fire trucks and tractors late last month, officials announced Wednesday.
The Children’s Place has recalled 38,000 pairs of pajamas that could be flammable.
Kids II has issued a voluntary recall of about 400,000 Baby Einstein Musical Motion Activity Jumper because the sun shaped toy attachment can snap back with force and injure the infant.
The public is taking heed of a warning about exploding phones. It is happening more and more and causing some serious injuries.
U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer wants more protections for the colorful, tightly-wrapped “pods” of gel laundry and dishwashing detergent that children may think is candy.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission said the appliance can suddenly release a stream of scalding water and coffee grounds. The defect has caused 61 reported injuries, including burns to the face and hands.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission says babies can wiggle out of the floor seats.
Home-brewed coffee lovers, take note: More than a million coffee makers are being recalled after dozens of reports of the brewers spraying hot liquid, coffee grounds or tea leaves onto people.
Hundreds of thousands of popular B.O.B. jogging strollers are being recalled because of choking concerns.
The recall involves all styles and sizes of Roman shades and roll-up blinds sold by Lowe’s. That’s about 6 million shades and 5 million roll-up blinds.
Baby gear maker Graco is recalling about 2 million strollers after receiving reports that four infants died in the strollers.
Fisher-Price is recalling more than 10 million tricycles, toys and high chairs over safety concerns.