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Tag Archives: recall
Bravo Sports and Disney have issued a voluntary recall of Disney branded pogo sticks due to a fall and laceration hazard. The bottom rubber tip attached to the pogo stick frame can wear out prematurely, posing a fall hazard to … Continue reading
Toy importer G.A. Gertmenian and Sons is recalling a Pixar Toy Story 3 Bowling Game licensed by Disney due to violation of the lead paint standard. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with Gertmenian and Sons, today announced … Continue reading
Do any of these light-up children’s watches look familiar to you? If you visited either Disneyland, Walt Disney World, or the Disney Cruise between last November and this week, check your child’s collection of loot they brought home from the … Continue reading
If you bought at Toy Story or Cars bag from Safeway last year then you probably want to read this story in the Glendale News Press. The Center for Environmental Health tested the bags and found levels 15 times higher … Continue reading