Recall Roundup: Craft kits, cement decking, glassware recalled

CPSC announces several recalls

SAN ANTONIO – Toys "R" Us is recalling 6,000 Totally Me clay craft kits after mold was found in some clay.  Mold exposure can make some children sick with respiratory or other infections.

The kits were sold nationwide from January through October for about $10.

The model number on the kit is AD11244.

Parents can return them to the store for a refund. For more information, visit www.toysrus.com and click on "product recalls."


Backyard decking material is being recalled. Plycem is recalling Allura fiber cement decking and fascia sold by special order at The Home Depot from February 2014 through June 2017.

The product can deteriorate and crack, posing a risk of injury for people who may then fall through the cracked decking.

Consumers are asked to stop using the decks and contact Plycem at 844-452-6787 or online at www.allurausa.com to schedule a free repair.


Libbey Glass is recalling 229,000 glasses due to a laceration hazard.

The recall involves 8 oz. bourbon taster glasses sold from May through October. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, the glasses can break under normal use.

Consumers can return the glasses for a refund. Commercial customers should contact Libbey Glass at 800-982-7063.


Sleep Number is recalling nearly 12,000 foot warmers because toes can get too toasty.

The foot warmers were sold with Sleep Number smart beds, model No. i7 and i10, when combined with a FlexFit 3 adjustable base.

The foot warmer under the mattress cover can short-circuit and overheat, causing a burn hazard.  Owners should disable it. 

Sleep Number is contacting known owners to schedule a free replacement.

The product was sold from April through August. For more information, visit www.sleepnumber.com/recall or www.cpsc.gov.

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