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Recall Wednesday - 4 Items - check the toy chest!!!!

Smarty Pants Mama: Recall Wednesday - 4 Items - check the toy chest!!!!

Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Recall Wednesday - 4 Items - check the toy chest!!!!

I have received 4 recalls this week from the CPSC! Please be sure to read the description that I have taken from their site, as well as look at the pictures I have included. As a Smart Mom, it is very important that you remove all recalled toys so they don’t pose a hazard to your munchkins!



Item 1: Toy Puzzle Vehicle Sets Recalled Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard; Sold Exclusively by QVC
Hazard: Surface paints on the puzzle pieces and components contain excessive levels of lead, violating the federal lead paint standard.
Description: The recall includes the 16 piece Puzzle Track Play sets also known as Battery Operated Puzzle Vehicle sets. QVC item number T16876 is printed on the exterior of the brown box packaging. The sets have plastic puzzle pieces that when put together form a track with a battery operated train, fire engine or school bus vehicle designed to run on the track. Miniature street signs, traffic cones, and a battery for the vehicle are also included in the sets.
To access the CPSC release on this item, click here.

Item 2: The Camouflage Easter Egg Treat Containers
Hazard: The paint on the toys contains excessive levels of lead, violating the federal lead paint standard.
Description: The Camouflage Easter Egg Treat Containers have Item #1031 printed on the front of the packaging and are white, brown and green camouflage colors, sold in a package of eight eggs. “Made in China for Tony Development and Mfg Ltd; TST, Kin, HK” and UPC code number 43078 01031 are printed on the back of the packing.
To access the CPSC release on this item, click here.

Item 3: Toy Penguin Figures
Hazard: The head of the penguin toy can detach, exposing connectors with sharp points, presenting a laceration hazard to consumers.
Description: The wood penguin-shaped toy has a black head with rubber fins, a yellow nose and a white body with red on the base. The toy is round-shaped and creates a soft bell jingle when spun. The toy measures about 3 ¾ inches in height and about 3 inches in diameter. "PLAN TOYS" and UPC number 084543521109 or EAN number 8854740052117 are printed on the outside of the packaging of the toy.
To access the CPSC release on this item, click here.


Item 4: Backyard and Beyond Metal Water Bottles

Hazard: Surface paint on the metal water bottles contains excessive levels of lead, violating the federal lead paint standard.
Description: Backyard and Beyond brand water bottles with model numbers 67402, 67404, 67442, 67444, 67742, 60442, 67744, 67746, 67748 and 60448 printed on the hang tag. The metal water bottles have a black plastic sip-top and were sold in green, pink or blue with assorted animal or insect graphics on the exterior.
To access the CPSC release on this item, click here.

Be a Smart Mom - visit this blog often to learn of the latest and greatest recalls, and of course to enjoy my postings!

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2 Comments:

Blogger Niki said...

Thanks for the heads up...these recalls are scary!

March 31, 2008 at 1:26 PM  
Blogger SmartyPantsMama - Caroline said...

They are! Please come by each Wednesday to learn the latest and greatest recalls!

April 1, 2008 at 3:27 PM  

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