The products are hazardous because they contain a level of lead in the painted surface that violates the law and is dangerous to children if consumed.
Consumers should immediately take the armadillos and turtles away from children and return the items to the store where purchased for a full refund or exchange. Consumers can also return armadillos and turtles with proof of purchase directly to The Americas Company, 1977 Union Street, San Francisco, Calif. 94123.
Although the product box is labeled "non-toxic" and "conforms to ASTM D4236" (an art products safety labeling standard), these crayons contain enough lead to present a lead poisoning risk to young children, who might eat or chew on the crayons.
Consumers who own the Kaleidoscope Art sets should take them away from children immediately and return them to Toys R Us for a refund.
The armadillos' paint (green, red, and purple) contains excess lead.
Consumers should take the armadillos away from young children and return the armadillos to the place of purchase for a refund.
The headlights, tacks, and axles may separate from the wagon, presenting a potential choking hazard, and the animal shapes painted yellow and green contain excess lead.
Consumers are urged to take the wagons away from young children immediately and return them to Hanover House or the place where purchased for a refund and the cost of shipping and handling.
All of these crayons contain lead. If a child ate an entire lead-containing crayon over the same span of time, the lead poisoning threshold for these crayons would be exceeded.
Take the crayons away from children and discard them or, for most of the brands, take them back to the store for a refund.
The paint on the beads contain levels of lead that exceed government standards, presenting a safety hazard to children.
Consumers should immediately take the necklaces and bracelets away from children and return them to the store where they were purchased for a full refund.
These bags are being recalled because the surface coating on the zipper pull and inks used to form the insignia of Barney® and Baby Bop™ in some manufacturing lots were found to contain excess lead. Additionally, some of the accessory sunglasses do not meet shatter-proof lens tests, and the lenses could crack.
Consumers who have any of the recalled items should discontinue use immediately and return them to Jaclyn to receive a free preselected replacement item that meets or exceeds all Federal safety standards and looks identical or similar and is of equal or greater value. Consumers should return the recalled items by mailing them to: Jaclyn, c/o SPF, 415 Hamburg Turnpike, Wayne, NJ 07470.
Levels of lead in the red paint of each puzzle that exceeds government standards, presenting a safety hazard to children.
The Rooster, Vegetable and Garden Tools puzzles should be returned to the stores where purchased for an exchange. Puzzles ordered through U.S. Toy Company, Inc.'s home/parent and school catalogs should be returned to: U.S. Toy Company, Inc., 1227 East 119th St., Grandview, MO 64030 for an exchange and postage reimbursement.
Lead in the red stripes on the candy cane roller exceeds federal government standards presenting a safety hazard for young children.
Return to the store where purchased for a product exchange or full refund.
The paint on the brushes' wooden handles contains excess lead.
Consumers are urged to discontinue use of the paint brushes and return them to the retailer where purchased for a full refund of the purchase price.