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Paint on the metal hooks and on the blue paw hook contains excessive levels of lead
The wall hook sets were sold in three models: model numbers 74641 and 74642, constructed of five separate wooden letters spelling out the word “S T U F F” and model number 65262 consisting of four separate, different colored wooden paws. Model number 74641 has a Purple S, a Red T, an Orange U, a Green F and a Pink F. Model number 74642 has an Olive S, a Blue T, a Yellow U, a White-striped F, and a Blue F. Attached to each letter is a painted metal coat hook with a painted wooden ball at the end. Each letter is approximately 4 inches long, 3/4 inches wide and 9 ¾ inches tall. Model number 65262 has four separate paw-shaped wooden pieces of different colors -- red, blue, green and pink. Attached to each paw is a wooden peg with a wooden ball at the end. The “S T U F F” wall hook sets have a label on the back of the letter “S” that includes the models 74641 or 74642. The Paw wall hook sets have the model number 65262 on the outside of the box"
The wall hook set should be returned to Midwest-CBK for a full refund. Contact Midwest-CBK at the number provided below to receive a prepaid shipping label and merchandise credit.
Gift stores, drug stores, furniture stores, décor outlets and variety stores nationwide from December 2008 through August 2010 for between $10 and $30.
Midwest-CBK, Inc., of Union City, Tenn."
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