Recall RoundUp, December 14th

Here's This Week's Recalls:

These Valuecraft booster cables sold at AutoZone between June 2007 and October 2007.  The clamps were assembled incorrectly, and have reverse polarity. That can cause an electrical shock, or even an explosion, if you try to use them.

If you have these bunk beds from Hooker Furniture, know they could put your child in danger.  They sold from August 2005 through August 2007.  The top bunk has gaps large enough for your child's body to pass through, but not their head.  This can strangle them.

FGX International recalled these children's sunglasses because of excessive levels of lead.  They sold at various stores around the US From January 2007 through November 2007.

If you bought your children a number of toys at Dollar Tree Stores, take them away.   They also have excessive levels of lead.  They sold from September 2007 through November 2007.

Both of the lead recalls and the jumper cables were made in China.  The bunk beds were made in Malaysia and Vietnam.

Follow the link to the Consumer Product Safety Commission's web site to find specific product information, and how to get the product replaced or refunded.