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Far East Brokers Recalls Ladybug-themed Kids’ Outdoor Furniture Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard

  • Far East Brokers Leisure Ways Kids’ Camp Chair
  • Far East Brokers Leisure Ways Kids’ Folding Chair
  • Far East Brokers Leisure Ways Kids’ Moon Chair
  • Far East Brokers Leisure Ways Kids’ Swing Chair
  • Far East Brokers Leisure Ways Kids’ Patio Set
Name of Product:
Leisure Ways<sup>®</sup> Brands Kids Outdoor Furniture
The red surface paint on the furniture contains excessive levels of lead, a violation of the federal lead paint standard.
Recall Date:
July 31, 2013
About 14,000
Consumer Contact

Far East Brokers and Consultants Inc. toll-free at (888) 753-9040 anytime or online at and click on "Safety Recall" at the left of the page for more information.

Recall Details


This recall involves red ladybug-themed kids' metal-framed outdoor furniture sold under the Leisure Ways brand. The recalled items have large ladybug images on the fabric and include a camp chair, folding chair, moon chair, double-seat swing chair and patio set that includes two chairs, a table and an umbrella.  A tracking label sewn into the seat of each chair includes the production date "December/2012" and the words, "Distributed by:  Far East Brokers and Consultants, Inc."  


Consumers should immediately take the recalled outdoor furniture away from children and return them to the place of purchase for a full refund.


None reported.

Sold At

Weis Markets, wholesale distributors, grocery and drug stores nationwide from January 2013 to May 2013 for between $10 and $50, depending on the item.


Far East Brokers and Consultants Inc., of Jacksonville, Fla.


Far East Brokers and Consultants Inc., of Jacksonville, Fla.

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