Recall Round-ups from the Consumer Product Safety Commission

Product Recalls

Being aware of recalls from the Consumer Product Safety Commission can help you to keep unsafe products away from your kids.

Unfortunately, many dangerous products on their recall lists continue to be sold at garage sales, resale stores, and on the internet, and parents sometimes miss the original recall announcement. These resale round-ups are designed to raise awareness about these previously recalled products so that you can get them out of your home and don't try to buy or sell a recalled product at a garage sale, thrift store, or on ebay, etc.

Holiday Safety Alert Recall Round-up

The CPSC warned parents about dangerous recalled products in the 2001 Recall Round-up of Toys and Children's Products, including 940,000 Zapper Toys, 455,000 Sassy Rattles, 250,000 Little Tikes Swings, 12 million Lane Cedar Chests, 1.5 million Safety 1st Fold-Up Booster Seats, 3.4 million Evenflo Joyride Car Seats/Carriers, 4 million Century Car Seats/Carriers, 100,000 Baby Trend Portable Cribs/Play Yards models Home and Roam and Baby Express, 102,000 Cosco Playpens, and 480,000 Twister Portable Lamps.

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Resale Round-Up 2004

In 2004, the CPSC announced a Resale Round-Up to get "recalled products off the shelves of resale stores," including 70,000 ride-on Tek Nek Toys, 314,000 Batman Batmobile toys from Mattel, and 267,000 radio-control toy trucks from Nikko America.

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Resale Round-Up 2009

The 2009 Resale Round-up included a top ten list of recalled children's products, Play Yards from Playskool and Baby Trend, Magnetix Magnetic Building Sets, Easy Bake Ovens, Polly Pocket Dolls with Magnets, Simplicity Drop Side Cribs and Bassinets, and Evenflo High Chairs.

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