7.5 Million Baby Shark Bath Toys Recalled Over Injuries by Zuru, the manufacturer.

7.5 Million Baby Shark Bath Toys Recalled Over Injuries by Zuru, the manufacturer.
From the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission. The Robo Alive Junior Baby Shark Sing & Swim Bath Toy three-pack is among 7.5 million toys recalled for risk of injuries to children.
Recall Date: June 22, 2023
Full Refund

In our ongoing mission to ensure the safety of our children, we need to address a recent development that has made waves in the world of child safety - Zuru's recall of 7.5 million Baby Shark and Mini Baby Shark Bath Toys.

Zuru, the renowned toy manufacturer, has voluntarily recalled these popular toys due to a potential risk of impalement, laceration, and puncture injuries to children. The issue lies in the hard plastic top fins of these toys, which have been reported to cause injuries to the tender skin of our little ones.

From the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission

This recall is extensive, affecting millions of these bath toys worldwide. As vigilant guardians of our children's well-being, it's essential we take immediate action. If you've purchased either the Baby Shark or Mini Baby Shark Bath Toys for your child, please stop using them immediately.

Zuru is committed to making this right for all affected customers. They're offering full refunds for the returned toys.

Please contact Zuru's customer service for more information on how to process your refund.

Zuru toll-free at 833-820-0839 from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. ET Monday through Friday or online at https://www.recallrtr.com/bathshark or www.Zurutoys.com and click on  “Recalls”  at the top of the page for more information.

Let's remember; we're the frontline defenders of our children's safety. This recall serves as a stark reminder that we should always be vigilant regarding the toys and products our children use. Let's continue to hold companies accountable and demand the highest safety standards. Together, we are the shields protecting our children in an uncertain world.

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