Monday, February 6, 2017

New Kids Product Safety Recalls for Parents & Caregivers of Children


It's been a very busy month for U.S. product recalls for which parents and caregivers of young children ought to be aware.

According to nonprofit Kids in Danger, assorted children's products -- ranging from toys and furniture to kids clothing including brands you will recognize -- have been recalled this past month. 

Refer to the pictures and details below for reference, as well as spread the word to other parents and caregivers who might benefit from being aware of these recalls.

If you have any product mentioned from the list below, take it away from children and contact the relevant company indicated directly via the links provided. You may also get more details on each recall, including safety issue particulars, from

Minnie and Mickey Mouse Infant Hoodie, Disney Parks, 844-722-1444

Toy Shovels & Garden Tool Sets, Active Kyds, 855-736-6255

Cynthia Dressers, Linon, 800-622-4456

Electric-Powered Skateboards, Booster Boards, 844-395-0070

Baby Crib Mobile, Restoration Hardware, 888-728-8419

Children's Electric Scooters Fall, Pulse Scooters, 844-287-8711

Two Over Two 4-Drawer Dresser, Bolton Furniture, 800-545-8982

Chest of Drawers, Simpli Home, 866-518-0120

5-Drawer Chests, South Shore Furniture, 800-290-0465

How to Learn More
Sign up to get the monthly KidsinDanger recall email. You may also request Consumer Product Safety Commission email alerts from the CPSC or call 800-638-2772. In addition, be sure to report any incident or injury with any children's product to

About Kids in Danger
Kids in Danger (KID) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting children by improving kids product safety. KID's mission is to promote the development of safer children's products, advocate for children, and educate the public, especially parents and caregivers about dangerous children's products.

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