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Baby sleepwear and workout equipment called safety risks

Lacerations and potential burn risks lead to recalls
Posted: 6:00 AM, May 30, 2019
Updated: 2019-05-30 15:09:49Z
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Is your baby's sleepwear a fire hazard? Could your workout equipment leave you injured?

I'm taking a look at the latest product safety recalls that could impact your family.

First up, baby sleep sacks sold by American Apparel. They're part of the Baby Rib Collection.

There have been no injuries, but the sleepwear is being recalled because it doesn't meet "flammability standards" and poses "a risk of burn injuries."

If you have one, stop using it.

Click here to find out how to return the product and get a refund.

Another recent recall involves workout straps used for assisted pull-ups. They are made by Ethos and sold at Dick's Sporting Goods.

They're being recalled because the plastic clip can break.

There have been six reports of lacerations and people needing stitches and staples.

So, stop using it and click here for information about returns and refunds.

And if you like pineapple, you may use a corer or slicer.

If it's the "Fabulous Home Pineapple Corer and Slicer" sold at Bashas, stop using it.

It's being recalled because the metal blade can detach and pose an obvious laceration danger.

Click here for return and refund information.

And click here to check all recent recalls.