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When a toy is recalled, it is taken off of the shelves of department and toy stores. Unfortunately, these toys often make it into the hands of other children by being passed along by parents who didn’t know about the recall or donated to thrift shops. Read this article to find out which toys have been recalled.
With the holiday season coming up quickly, this article focuses on baby toys that have been recalled. Of course, unsafe toys are not limited only to recalled toys, so the piece also contains a list of best practices to keep in mind as you choose toys for your little one.
Approximately 100 toys are recalled every year, so it is important to make yourself aware of which ones have been pulled from the shelves, particularly if you are planning to shop at secondhand stores or if you have been storing toys from older siblings, cousins, or friends. This article mentions some of the biggest offenders in 2017.
You already know that if you see that a toy has been recalled, you should avoid purchasing it. But what if it is already in your home? This article tells parents what to do if they find that a toy or another product that they have been using has been recalled. It encourages parents to follow the rule of, “When in doubt, throw it out.”