A brass rivet can fall out of the sno-cone machine’s ice-shaving cylinder and into a sno-cone, posing a risk of injury to the mouth or the teeth.
The zipper pull tabs and sliders can detach posing a choking hazard to infants.
The stabilizing bar can crack and cause the stool to collapse, posing a fall hazard to the user.
The plastic hats found on playset figures pose a choking/aspiration hazard for children.
The hoodies and jackets have drawstrings through the hood or neck which pose a strangulation hazard to young children.
The blue metal handle on the trunk can be sharp, presenting a laceration hazard to the user.
The openings in the headboard and footboard pose an entrapment hazard to young children.
The footed pajamas fail to meet the federal flammability standard for children’s sleepwear, posing a burn hazard to children. The garments are being recalled because they do not meet the tight-fitting sizing requirements.
A metal rod holding small beads on the cover of books can detach and release small parts that present a choking hazard. A detached metal bar can expose a sharp edge posing a laceration hazard.
The soft and colorful product can be mistaken by a child for candy. When the marble-sized toy is ingested, it can expand inside a child’s body and cause intestinal obstructions, resulting in severe discomfort, vomiting, dehydration and could be life threatening. The toys do not show up on an x-ray and need surgery to be removed from the body.