The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced recalls last week involving items from children’s furniture and dolls to power tools.
Walker Edison Furniture is recalling its children’s bunk beds because the support boards can break, posing a fall and injury hazard. The company said it is aware of two incidents of the support boards breaking, though no injuries have been reported.
The wooden bunk beds were sold in blue, brown, red and white and feature a twin over twin combination. All models have a ladder down the side.
The bunk beds were sold online at Overstock.com, Pier1, Target, Walker Edison, Walmart and Wayfair, among other retailers, from July 2018 to April 2019.
Consumers should stop using the bunk bed and contact Walker Edison at 877-203-2917 to arrange for free replacement bunk beds and free installation.
The Beaufort Bonnet Co. is recalling its handmade knit dolls because a sewing needle was discovered in the stuffing of one of the dolls. The company has received one report of a needle being found, though no injuries have been reported.
The knit dolls were sold under multiple style names and animal themes, including King Charles Wooford, McDuffie the Duck and Ted E. Bearington. The dolls were sold in specialty stores nationwide and online from September 2016 to August 2019.
Consumers should stop using the dolls and contact the company at 833-964-1456 to receive a full refund in the form of a gift card.
Deere & Co. is recalling its Frontier grooming mower because an incorrect assembly of the mower’s drivelines can prevent the safety shield from spinning independently, posing an injury hazard. No incidents have been reported.
For affected models, check out the commission’s website at www.cpsc.gov.
The mowers were sold at John Deere dealers nationwide from April 2018 to May 2019. Consumers should stop using the mowers and contact an authorized dealer for a free repair.
Deere & Co. is also recalling its John Deere XUV835 Gator utility vehicles because the plastic sheathing on the throttle cable can melt, causing the throttle to stick. This could lead to the operator being unable to stop the vehicle.
The company has received nine reports of incidents, though no injuries have been reported.
For serial number ranges, check out the commission’s website. The utility vehicles were sold at John Deere dealers nationwide from November 2017 to July 2019.
Consumers should stop using the vehicles and contact an authorized dealer for a free inspection and repair of improperly routed throttle cables.
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Stihl is recalling its PolyCut mowing heads because the bolts connecting the plastic blades and holding the mower head together can come loose, posing a risk of injury.
The company has received 28 reports of loose bolts or mowing heads coming apart, including two reports of injuries.
The recall involves mowing head cutting attachments with some models of Stihl-brand trimmers, brush-cutters and clearing saws. The mowing heads can be identified by the model number of 27-3 or 47-3 on the original packaging or molded on the top side of the mowing head.
The attachments were sold at authorized full-line Stihl servicing dealers nationwide between July 2018 to July 2019. Consumers should stop using the mowing heads and take them to an authorized dealer for a full refund.
MW Co. is recalling its Momo quick release steering wheel adapters for race cars because the adapter can activate inadvertently, causing the steering wheel to suddenly detach from its steering column while the vehicle is in motion.
The company received one report of the mechanism engaging inadvertently, but no injuries were reported.
The adapters were sold at some small retailers and online from July 2018 to May 2019. Consumers should stop using them and return them to MW Co. for a full refund. For more information, contact MW at 800-749-6666.
Kawasaki is recalling its 2019 and 2020 Teryx and Teryx4 recreational off-highway vehicles because the incorrect joint assembly can cause steering control loss. No incidents have been reported.
For model numbers, check out the commission’s website. The ROVs were sold at Kawasaki dealers nationwide between March and August.
Consumers should stop using the vehicles and contact an authorized dealer to schedule a free repair.
The commission also announced another recall of a wintergreen essential oil product due to the bottle not being child-resistant.
Aritzen Oils is recalling its wintergreen and birch 100 percent Pure & Natural Therapeutic Grade Essential Oil. The product comes in 1-ounce and 2-ounce, clear, glass bottles. The products were sold online at eBay, Amazon and Walmart from June 2017 to April 2019.
No incidents or injuries have been reported with this recall.
Consumers should remove the essential oil from the reach of children and contact Artizen Oils at 800-986-9413 for a free replacement child-resistant cap.