From booster seats to toasters, tires to falling speakers, there could be a danger in your home right now.
Here are a few of the latest safety recalls:
Your child's car seat has a production date stamped on it. If you own a Harmony Big Boost Deluxe Booster seat, check that date now.
Nearly 150,000 seats made between November 2015 and June 2017 are recalled because the seat belt could cause excessive force on your child's chest.
And remember, car and booster seats also have an expiration date stamped on them. Make sure to check it.
There's a possible shock hazard if you're using a Bodum two-slice toaster sold through June of this year on Amazon and at home appliance stores.
Return it and get a refund.
Check your tires -- Cooper tire is recalling seven tire models under their names Big O, Les Schwab and Mastercraft.
They were all made between July and October 2018 and could have tire separation "increasing the risk of tire failure and a crash."
Take them back for replacement.
There have been three reports of speakers falling from broken wall mounts.
They are Vivo Mount Play 5s mounts sold online at Amazon, Walmart and other outlets through June.
Return them for a refund.
Click here for all of the latest safety recalls.