Keeping children safe is our priority here at Mom Mania, and we try our best to keep parents up to date with the latest clothing, food and toy recalls. If you have any of the following items, either contact the store you purchased them from or follow any instructions given below.
Toysmith Light-Up Magic Wand
This toy may have been gifted to your child during the holidays, so be warned that it may pose a choking hazard. Toysmith has received a report about a child ingesting one of this toy’s batteries, and medical attention was required.
The wand is fuchsia colored with a star on top that lights up and makes noise. Recalled magic wands have a manufacturing date code printed on the bottom, with dates between March 2018 (3/18/373) and June 2019 (6/19/373) included in the recall.
If the wand still has a hangtag, the UPC code to look for is 085761220034. The wand was sold in various grocery, hobby, toy and gift retailers for about $5, and was also sold in Carter’s stores.
If you have possession of this wand, you can contact Toysmith at 800-356-0474 between 8am-5pm PT Monday through Friday, email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can visit their website for more safety information.
J. Crew Boys’ Stone-Washed Denim Pants
If you’ve purchased any Crewcuts denim pants for boys from J. Crew, you should be aware that they’ve issued a recall for sizes sold in 2 and 3, for pants made in Pakistan. This is because there has been a report of stones found in the waistband extension of the pants. The style number J8406 and season FA 19 are included in the recall.
You can find that information on the label that has been sewn into the waistband, and if the price tag is still attached, you can look for the UPC codes 099105125419 and 099105125420. These pants were sold at Crewcuts and J. Crew stores both nationwide and online between July 2019 and October 2019.
If you are in possession of these pants, you can contact J. Crew at 800-261-7422 at any time, email them at email@example.com or visit their website for more information about the denim pants included in the recall.