Recall Alert

  • Blinds Recalled Over Strangulation Risk

    IKEA has recalled Roller, Roman, and Roll-Up Blinds because of a strangulation hazard. About 3,360,000 of the blinds were sold: About 790,000 Roman blinds were recalled in November 2008 and August 2009 and about 533,000 Roller blinds were recalled in October 2009.

  • Electric Scissors Recalled For Burn Threat

    The Dritz Quick Cut™ Electric Scissors have been recalled because they can overheat. They can burn the user, or even start a fire.

  • Security Blanket Hazard

    Giraffe Security Blankets sold at Target Stores pose a choking hazard to children.

  • Mouthwash Recalled For Danger To Children

    Scope® has recalled about 35,000 bottles of its Original Mint Mouthwash. The 1 Liter Size bottles could have malfunctioning child-resistant caps and lack the statement, "This Package for Households Without Young children," as required by the Poison Prevention Packaging Act.

  • Hoover Recalls Vacuums For Cord Problems

    About 108,000 Hoover WindTunnel T-Series Bagless Upright Vacuum Cleaners have been recalled. The vacuums have a feature that enables the cord to wind inside the vacuum for storage.

  • IKIEA Mattresses Recalled For Fire Hazard

    IKEA mattress may pose a serious fire hazard to users. The IKEA Sultan Heidal spring mattress fails to meet the federal mandatory open flame standard for mattresses.

  • Maytag Dishwashers Recalled

    Maytag is recalling close to two million dishwashers across the United States. The Consumer Product Safety Commission says an electrical failure in the dishwashers heating element is causing fires and extensive kitchen and dishwasher damage.

  • Two Deaths Related To Dart Guns

    Family Dollar Stores is recalling toy dart gun sets.

  • Entertainment Centers Recalled For Break-Apart Hazard

    American Signature Inc of Columbus, Ohio is recalling about 24,000 entertainment centers. The recalled entertainment centers' shelves can detach and fall onto consumers when the entertainment centers are moved.

  • Toy Recalled For Heavy Metal Paint

    Thousands of Children's Tiaras have been recalled for high levels of lead. Lead is toxic if ingested by young children and can cause adverse health effects.

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