Not only is summer officially underway but also we are halfway through the year! We want to keep you posted on some of the largest recalls of 2016 so far, which are listed below. For a full list of recalls, visit the Consumer Product Safety Commission
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IKEA MALM chests and dressers
29 million recalled, 5 deaths, 41 injuries reported
IKEA recalled MALM and other models of chest and dressers due to a tip-over and entrapment hazard that has caused a serious threat to children’s safety. The remedy is to have the chests and/or dressers anchored properly to the wall or contact IKEA for a full refund.
In May, the Tommee Tippee Sippee Spill-Proof cup was recalled due to mold. There is a white removable piece inside the cup where the mold would grow if wet. Ingestion of mold by children can cause diarrhea and vomiting. You can contact the company, Mayborn
, for a replacement.
121,000 units recalled
100 incidents, 15 injuries reported
Back in 2015, the trapeze rings from Rainbow Play Systems were recalled because the ring handles would break while in use. This past April it was recalled again due to a low response rate from the 2015 recall. If you have this item, you can get a refund
from the company.
650 incidents, 8 injuries reported
Last month, a children’s bunk bed sold only at Bob’s Discount Furniture was recalled because the rails breaking, resulting in a fall hazard to children. The manufacturer, Hillsdale Furniture, will repair
the bunk bed free of charge.
5 injuries reported
Britax B-Ready strollers have been recalled because of the material inside the bar that keeps the child from falling over. If children bite at this, then it becomes a choking hazard. For the time being, remove the bar altogether from the stroller until you contact Britax
and receive a safety cover to put over it.
5,600 units recalled
6 incidents, 4 injuries reported
In February, Nuna Baby high chairs were recalled for fall hazards because the arm bar would detach, causing a child to fall. Contact the company
to receive a new bar.
July 05, 2016 at 1:24 PM