Toys Recalled Because of Lead Paint

By: Jeff Proctor Email
By: Jeff Proctor Email

Mattel is recalling close to a million toys because the paint contains excessive amounts of lead. They were made in China and sold under the Fisher-Price brand from May until August of 2007. The recall covers 83 specific types of toy. Click on the following link to find out if you own any of the recalled toys.

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  • by David Location: Charlotte on Aug 3, 2007 at 02:10 PM
    I agree with you Janice, me and my wife bought a 21 speed bike for my son for his B day in April, payed a littile over 150.00 $ for it nice bike the other day he was riding it home from band camp and the crank came off. So I called the store that I got it from they said that they wouldnt fix it because it was passed 90 days, and told me to get in touch with the manufacuare. So I called them and they said to take it to the store where I got it from I told them that the store wouldnt fix it. So I asked them if they were going to fix it and he said no, that the crank comes off on the bikes all the time. The bike is made in China I will look more closely next time I buy some thing and if its made in China I wont buy it Ill go with out or buy it from some other place. I ask that others do the same .
  • by Janice Location: Grass Lake on Aug 2, 2007 at 06:41 PM
    This is making me think twice about buying anything from China. With this many oversights in inspections and false reports, it makes me wander what is getting into our homes.
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