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This Week (July 8) in Product Recalls
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This Week (July 8) in Product Recalls

The Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued many recalls over the past couple weeks. If you or a loved one has been injured by a recalled product, contact The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker at (800) 333-0000 to schedule a free consultation.

Topson Downs of California recalls women's dresses due to fire hazard

About 2,100 women's dresses sold at Macy's failed to meet federal guidelines for flammability, prompting the recall. No incidents or injuries have been reported. The recalled dresses were manufactured in India. See the recall.

Adventure Playsets recalls swing sets due to fall hazard

About 240,000 Adventure Playsets wooden swing sets were recalled after more than 500 reports of rotting wood causing structural weakness. One injury was reported when a ladder failed, resulting in bruises and scratches. The wooden swing sets were manufactured in the U.S. See the recall.

Cost Plus Inc. recalls drum due to lead paint

About 1,000 wooden animal drums were recalled after discovery that the paint used on the drum violated the federal lead paint standard. No incidents have been reported. The wooden animal drums were made in China. See the recall.

Wm. Wright Co. recalls roman shade kits due to strangulation hazard

About 48,000 Roman Shade make-it-yourself kits were recalled after determination that a child could be strangled in the shades. No incidents or injuries have been reported. The shade kits were manufactured in China. See the recall.

Hamilton Beach recalls toasters due to fire hazard

About 300,000 Hamilton Beach classic chrome 2-slice toasters were recalled after 15 reports of the toaster not popping up and remaining on indefinitely, posing a fire hazard. Three incidents included minor property damage. The Hamilton Beach toasters were made in China. See the recall.

International Vitamin Corporation recalls vitamins due to violation of packaging requirements

About 12,000 units of Live Better vitamins have been recalled because the packaging is not child-resistant, a violation of federal standards. No incidents or injuries have been reported. The vitamins were manufactured in the U.S. See the recall.

Sage Creek Organics recalls children's sleepwear due to fire hazard

About 600 children's sleepwear failed to meet federal guidelines for flammability, prompting the recall. No incidents or injuries have been reported. The recalled sleepwear were made in India. See the recall.

Dollar Tree recalls candle holders due to fire and laceration hazards

About 117,000 Glass Votive Candle Holders were recalled after a report of the product shattering. The recalled candle holders were manufactured in India. About 2,100 women's dresses sold at Macy's failed to meet federal guidelines for flammability, prompting the recall. No incidents or injuries have been reported. The recalled dresses were manufactured in India. See the recall.

Mizuno USA recalls baseball and softball gloves due to mold

About 131,000 Mizuno Supreme Series and Ballpark Pro baseball and softball gloves were recalled after some gloves were found to contain different kinds of mold that could cause health problems. No incidents or injuries were reported. The gloves were made in Vietnam. See the recall.

Edushape recalls building sets due to choking hazard

About 18,000 additional Mini Stars building sets were recalled after two reports of knobs breaking off from the stars, posing a choking hazard. The Edushape Mini Stars building sets were made in China. See the recall.

Changzhou Globe Tool Group recalls log splitters due to laceration and amputation hazards

About 20,000 Task Force 5-ton electric log splitters were recalled after reports of a fingertip amputation and finger laceration occurred when the victims placed their hands on the handle while the splitter was in operation. The log splitters were manufactured in China. See the recall.

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