17.12.12

Is Your Baby's Crib Recalled? Stay On Top Of All Recalls with Recalls Plus

I never really paid close attention to recalls until I had my first son, Josiah. This is when I started noticing more and more recalls mentioned in the news. I remember there being a recall on certain baby foods and noticed many on toys and other baby products. I found out almost 6 months after the fact that his car seat had been recalled! Luckily, we did not get into an accident or anything, but since that time I've tried to keep up with all recalls. I had no idea they happen frequently, so there is always a chance something in our home will be recalled. It's best to keep on top of recalls not only for your own children, but for other friends and family members. What if the gift you gave your nephew for his birthday is recalled?

Well, now staying in the know about recalls is easier than ever with Recalls Plus! You can easily download this FREE app onto your smart phone, tablet and more. Here are all the ways you can get Recalls Plus:

Download Recalls Plus: Apple Store

Download Recalls Plus: Google play

Get the Recalls Plus App for Facebook

It's so important to keep up with the latest recalls for your safety and for your children. Download Recalls Plus to see what has most recently been recalled. Here are some items that were recently listed on Recalls Plus:

1. Dream on Me Ultra 2 in 1 Infant Tub, Toddler, Niagra, Baby Bath Seats
Hazard: The bath seats can tip over, posing a risk of drowning to babies.
2. Sportspower Sports Authority Parkside Trampolines
Hazard: The trampoline’s metal legs can move out of position and puncture the jumping area, posing a risk of injury.
3. Step2 X-Rider Car Children’s Riding Toys
Hazard: Children who lean too far forward on the seat can go over the handle bar and hit the ground.
4. JoAnn Fabric and Craft Foam Pumpkin Turkey Craft Kit
Hazard: Magnets holding the pumpkin shell pieces together can become loose, posing an ingestion hazard.
5. Boden Children’s Pajamas
Hazard; The pajamas fail to meet federal flammability standards for children’s sleepwear, posing a risk of burn injuries to children.

**All products listed above where listed on Recalls Plus within the past two months. Product recalls were identified by the appropriate government agency. Please go the Recalls Plus App for more information about the above recalls

On your phone you can keep up with recalls by age and even save items to be alerted if they do become recalled. Don't have a smart phone or tablet? Just get Recalls Plus on Facebook. It's so simple, free and a great way to keep your entire family safe! Click the links above or the photos to get the app today! We already have the app on our iPad and love it. Check it out!

Thanks to Recalls Plus for sponsoring this very important information. All thoughts & opinions are of my own and may differ from yours.

2 comments:

QueenB said...

Safety first in our house! Thanks for the great tips :) I have this on my ipad and iphone!

charychild said...

Thank you! This is a useful app to have.

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