7. February 2011 05:49
With so many new product recalls surfacing daily, it is easy for busy parents to miss important information that may affect them. Sometimes it is not until after we are finished using a product when we find out that it was recalled. Even worse, recalled infant and children's products that are missed will often find themselves in garage sales and re-sale swaps. It is important that families keep track of this information. The product registration cards found inside of the product boxes are an excellent way to keep up with the recent children's recalls. In addition, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) posts information about product recalls on its website. Staying on top of this information will keep children safe for years to come.
Parents have little time to spend researching the internet for every item they own. That is why Parents Magazine has created an easy way for parents to get the latest recall information on infant toys, baby gear, kid toys, and more.
The product recall finder will help parents easily search or view recently recalled products. This product finder is comprehensive, too, because it covers data reported by the CPSC, National Highway Traffic Safety Commission, and other resources. Parents can find information about the recall on each item including a product image, product dates, and more.