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The belt buckles contain excessive levels of lead, violating the federal lead paint standard. About 105,150 belts involved. Sold at Target stores and on Target.com nationwide from December 2008 through December 2009 for between $7 and $9.

Target recalls children’s belts due to violation of lead paint standard

The belt buckles contain excessive levels of lead, violating the federal lead paint standard. About 105,150 belts involved. Sold at Target stores and on Target.com nationwide from December 2008 through December 2009 for between $7 and $9.

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This recall involves the Carolina Function Generator Kits that are mathematical function teaching aids. The kit consists of a yellow plastic lid, leg stands, base and whiteboard cards. The yellow lids in the kits contain excessive levels of lead. Lead is toxic if ingested by young children and can cause adverse health effects.

Children’s educational kits recalled by Carolina Biology Supply due to risk of lead exposure

This recall involves the Carolina Function Generator Kits that are mathematical function teaching aids. The kit consists of a yellow plastic lid, leg stands, base and whiteboard cards. The yellow lids in the kits contain excessive levels of lead. Lead is toxic if ingested by young children and can cause adverse health effects.

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The red paint on the bicycle bells contains excessive lead levels, violating the federal lead paint standard. This recall involves children's bicycle bells. The bells are red, black and white and has "I ♥ My Bike" printed on the top. The green and white packaging reads "bike bell" and "$1."

Do It Best recalls Bicycle Bells due to violation of lead paint standard

The red paint on the bicycle bells contains excessive lead levels, violating the federal lead paint standard. This recall involves children’s bicycle bells. The bells are red, black and white and has “I ♥ My Bike” printed on the top. The green and white packaging reads “bike bell” and “$1.”

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A cylindrical metal connector on a charm can contain levels of total lead in excess of 300 ppm, which is prohibited under federal law. This recall involves charms sold with the Tiny Tink and Friends toy jewelry sets. The charm is attached to a cord using a metal ring and cylinder and included with the sets as a separate accessory that children can attach to the toy necklace, bracelet or key chain.

Children’s toy jewelry sets recalled by Playmates Toys; charms violate the total lead standard

A cylindrical metal connector on a charm can contain levels of total lead in excess of 300 ppm, which is prohibited under federal law. This recall involves charms sold with the Tiny Tink and Friends toy jewelry sets. The charm is attached to a cord using a metal ring and cylinder and included with the […]

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About 204,000 "Big Rex and Friends" cloth books recalled due to a red plastic dot sewn in the book contains high levels of lead. Lead is toxic if ingested by young children and can cause adverse health effects.

Children’s “Big Rex and Friends” cloth books recalled due to risk of lead exposure

About 204,000 “Big Rex and Friends” cloth books recalled due to a red plastic dot sewn in the book contains high levels of lead. Lead is toxic if ingested by young children and can cause adverse health effects.

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The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with the firm named below, today announced a voluntary recall of the following products. Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed. The surface paint on the toy contains excessive levels of lead violating the federal lead paint standard.

Jide Trading recalls toy military figure due to violation of lead paint standard

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with the firm named below, today announced a voluntary recall of the following products. Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed. The surface paint on the toy contains excessive levels of lead violating the federal lead paint standard.

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The surface paint coating on the ball contains excessive levels of lead, violating the federal lead paint standard. This recall involves Oozora and Shin-Fuji Kendama Japanese wooden skill toys. The toys have a ball connected by a string to a handle with three cups and spike on top. A Japanese Kendama Association sticker is affixed to the toy.

Wooden toys recalled by Kendamaspot due to violation of lead paint ban

The surface paint coating on the ball contains excessive levels of lead, violating the federal lead paint standard. This recall involves Oozora and Shin-Fuji Kendama Japanese wooden skill toys. The toys have a ball connected by a string to a handle with three cups and spike on top. A Japanese Kendama Association sticker is affixed […]

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In May 2007, RC2 reported that more than two dozen styles of vehicles, buildings and other train set components from the Thomas & Friends™ Wooden Railway product line were determined to have paints with lead levels that exceeded the then-applicable regulatory limit of 0.06 percent. Later, in August and September 2007, RC2 further reported that five additional toys from this product line were determined to have exceeded this limit.

Thomas & Friends wooden railway toys recalled due to lead paint

In May 2007, RC2 reported that more than two dozen styles of vehicles, buildings and other train set components from the Thomas & Friends™ Wooden Railway product line were determined to have paints with lead levels that exceeded the then-applicable regulatory limit of 0.06 percent. Later, in August and September 2007, RC2 further reported that […]

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The settlement resolves CPSC staff allegations that Excelligence imported more than 33,000 units of children’s products that contained lead paint above the 0.06 percent legal limit at different intervals between August 2000 and August 2007. In 1978, a federal ban was put in place which prohibited toys and other children’s articles from having more than 0.06 percent lead (by weight) in paints or surface coatings.

Excelligence Learning Corp. to pay $25,000 civil penalty due to violation of lead paint ban

The settlement resolves CPSC staff allegations that Excelligence imported more than 33,000 units of children’s products that contained lead paint above the 0.06 percent legal limit at different intervals between August 2000 and August 2007. In 1978, a federal ban was put in place which prohibited toys and other children’s articles from having more than […]

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