The textile ink painted on the recalled clothing sets contains levels of lead that exceed either the federal lead paint ban or the federal lead content ban, posing a lead poisoning hazard. Lead is toxic if ingested by young children and can cause adverse health issues.
The recalled mugs can crack or break when filled with hot liquid, posing burn and laceration hazards.
The recalled stainless-steel bottles and cups bottom base can break off, exposing a solder dot that contains lead, posing a lead poisoning hazard to the child. Lead is toxic if ingested by young children, and can cause adverse health effects.
Small metal wire pieces can be found in the pajamas, posing puncture and laceration hazards to young children.
The toy’s information sticker can become exposed and detach, posing a choking hazard to young children.
Electrostatic discharge inside the fuel tank can cause vapors to ignite during operation and the tank to burst, posing a fire hazard.
The lower side of the stroller frame can crack, posing a fall risk to children in the stroller.
The internal wires in the lights can be damaged, posing an electric shock hazard to the consumer.
An unlocked handle can pinch consumers’ fingers against the generator frame when the generator is moved, posing finger amputation and crushing hazards.
A single batch of the aerosol air fresheners is missing a corrosion inhibitor, which can lead to corrosion and rupture of the metal can and expulsion of the contents, posing injury and laceration hazards. In addition, corrosion of the container can result in leakage, posing a risk of skin and eye irritation upon contact.