Latest recalls include Tonka ride-on toys, lamps, light-up spinner toys, wicker furniture
WASHINGTON — US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) released a list of recalls Tuesday for products from four different companies.
The recalls involve Dynacraft, Sportex, Hobby Lobby and Pier 1 Imports and range from toys to chairs.
Dyancraft's Surge and Tonka battery operated ride-on toys were recalled by the CPSC. The acceleration pedal on the ride-on trucks can get stuck, causing fall/crash hazards.
The trucks were sold at Wal-Marts nationwide, and customers should contact Dynacraft at 800-551-0032 to receive a free replacement pedal and installation instructions.
More information regarding Dynacraft's toy recall on the CPSC website.
The second recall announced by the CPSC involves Sportex's Lumiere Salt Rock lamps which the CPSC had received reports of the dimmer switch and/or outlet plug overheating and igniting.
Customers were urged to immediately stop using the lamps and return them to the store where they purchased the lamp. Additional information can be found on CPSC's website.
The CPSC also sent out a recall for Hobby Lobby's Easter and July 4th Light-Up Spinner Toys due to choking hazards.
The battery cover had been reported to detach and allow small children access to the small coin cell batteries, which could cause choking.
The CPSC asked customers to remove the spinners from the reach of kids, and return them to the nearest Hobby Lobby or Mardel store.
Pictures and extra information are available on the CPSC website.
The final CPSC recall for Tuesday asked customers to return Pier 1 Imports' Temani Wicker Furniture.
The furniture's paint contained excessive levels of lead which violated the federal lead paint standard.
Anyone who had purchased the wicker furniture is urged to get a full refund at the nearest Pier 1 Imports.
More information regarding the Pier 1 Imports recall can be found here.