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Shoppers across North America are gearing up for the holiday toy shopping season, and federal regulators in the United States, Mexico and Canada are joining forces to help consumers shop with confidence.
Brightstar Group and Unik Toyz Trading were allleged to have sold children's products with lead, phthalates and small parts.
October is National Window Covering Safety Month and CPSC urges parents and caregivers to check their window coverings for exposed or dangling cords, which pose a strangulation hazard to young children.
The clip-on high chairs were recalled in 2011 after incidents of fingertip amputations to children.
The firm's defective Matrix Fitness Ascent trainers and Elliptical trainers can short circuit, causing smoking, sparking or melting and fires.
MALM and other IKEA chests and dressers can tip-over if not anchored to the wall.
The defective dehumidifiers overheated, smoked, melted or caught fire, resulting in 107 incidents and more than $7 million in property damage.
On average, more than 20 children drown in pools and spas during the week of July 4th.
The SpaceMaker coffee pot's handle could suddenly detach, resulting in burns to consumers. The product was recalled in 2012.
A new safety rule for seasonal and decorative lights allows CPSC to remove hazardous products from the market more effectively.