Babylicious Recalls Crib Decorations
Babylicious Products Incorporated recently recalled approximately 300 units of their cloth crib fringe because it poses a strangulation hazard to infants. The crib fringe hangs like a banner around the top of an infant’s crib and is sold for decorative purposes.
About the Cloth Crib Fringe Recall
According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the fabric strip connecting individual fabric triangles in the crib fringe is too thin and could pose a strangulation hazard. The CPSC recommends that the product immediately be removed from anywhere it is being used, and that consumers contact Babylicious for a refund.
Description of Recalled Cloth Crib Fringe
- The recalled cloth crib fringe is a narrow string of fabric that holds together individual, triangular patterned or colored fabric strips that are intended for decoration along the side rail of cribs, window valences, or curtain rods.
- About 300 units were sold online and at specialty children's stores from January 2006 through May 2012 for about $24.
- More information about the recall can be found at: www.babylicious.ca/recall.
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