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Is there a recall on Infantino baby carrier?

Is there a recall on Infantino baby carrier?

The Consumer Product Safety Commission is recalling 14,000 infant carriers after learning that the buckles on the device could break, resulting in the children falling to the ground. Infantino’s Go Forward 4-in-1 Evolved Ergonomic, Flip Front2back and Up Close Newborn infant carriers are all being recalled.

Which baby carrier is on recall?

Recall Details This recall involves Infantino soft infant and toddler carriers. The front facing infant carriers are cotton with a front padded pouch. The carriers have a black body and black straps or a gray body and black straps. Only Infantino carriers with the following four lot codes are included in the recall.

How should a baby look in a carrier?

First and foremost, Raspa says, when in a carrier, a baby’s face should never be pressed up against chest or back. They should be allowed to look up, down, and forward. The hips and knees should be bent, and the arms able to move around. For infants still developing neck muscles, a head support is recommended.

Can I wash my Tula baby carrier?

We recommend spot cleaning your Tula Baby Carrier and/or Baby Tula Toddler Carrier as needed with a soft cloth, soap and warm water. Machine wash when necessary in cold water, on delicate cycle, with mild detergent. Air dry.

Are there any recalls on Infantino infant carriers?

Recall Details Product Lot Code Go Forward 4-in-1 Evolved Ergonomic Carr 2018 0619 Go Forward 4-in-1 Evolved Ergonomic Carr 2018 0719 Flip Front2back Carrier 2018 0719 Up Close Newborn Carrier 2018 0719

What’s the item number on the Infantino sling?

“Infantino,” “SlingRider” and the item number are printed on the instruction/warning label inside the baby sling carrier.

Are there any recalls on baby slings in Canada?

Note: Health Canada’s press release is available at On March 12, 2010, CPSC issued a warning about sling carriers for babies. Slings can pose two different types of suffocation hazards to babies.

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