Recall Roundup: When Glitter Attacks

This week in recalls: flaming sparkly things, collapsing chairs and bikes, and chicken pot pies seasoned with metal pins. A little something for everyone!

Food and Consumables
Market Day chicken pot pies (sold at fundraisers) – metal pins

Spine Align and Posture Perfect Ergonomic Office Chairs – fall hazard

Pier One tea lights – flaming glitter hazard
Pier One Santa tea light holders – fire hazard
No-Spill 5-gallon Gasoline Cans – Yes, leak
Food Club Supreme Clean Clear Ammonia – Bottles actually contain bleach. Oh, sweet merciful Ceiling Cat.

Babies and Children
Graco strollers – finger-chopping abilities
Dorel Asia cribs – suffocation and strangulation hazard
Timerland children’s boots – lead paint
Caramia drop-side cribs – fall and entrapment hazards (like every other drop-side crib that has been recalled)
“Big Rex and Friends” Cloth Books – contain lead

Acer laptops – burn hazard
Rockler LED light kits – explosion hazard

Hobbies and Recreation
Seattle Bike Supply bikes and framesets – Falling-apart-while-riding hazard
Oxmoor House home improvement books – as if anyone noticed
Ameristep Plastic Strap-On Tree Step – Fall hazard

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