Parents and homeowners: check for these recalled products

The latest recalled products include high chairs, children’s clothing, and shower-related items, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.

Skip Hop is recalling over 30,000 Tuo convertible high chairs because the legs can detach and cause your child to fall.

There are 17 reports of legs coming off of the high chairs, but no injuries.

Stop using the recalled high chairs with style number 304200 and 304201, and the date codes which can be found by clicking here. 

Contact Skip Hop at 888-282-4674 to get your money back or receive a $200 gift card.

Falls Creek kids zip-up hoodies sold at Meijer are under recall due to a choking hazard.

No one has been hurt but there is one report of the zipper slider and pull detaching from the hoodie.

The recalled products have these tracking numbers: May 2018 17677, May 2018 17506, and August 2018 17932.

They came in the following colors: navy with white and orange striped sleeves, teal with white and navy striped sleeves, gray with a football play graphic, olive green with a bear graphic, and gray with a ruffled trim, according to the C.P.S.C.

Take the hoodie away from children and return it to Meijer to get your money back, or call 800-927-8699.

Twenty-three people have been hurt in falls from wall-mounted shower seats by Signature Hardware.

The seats are being recalled because of the injuries and a total of 194 reports of the seats breaking.

Look for the SKU number 917726 on your receipt or online order confirmation.

The recalled seats have brushed nickel, chrome or bronze finished rods and bracket covers.

Contact Signature Hardware at 866-855-2284 to receive a full refund.

Shower doors and panels are being recalled by Foremost because they can detach and shatter.

No injuries have been reported, but there are 73 reports of hinges failing and glass doors separating and falling, and 13 reports of the doors falling and shattering.

Don’t use the shower door and contact foremost at 888-620-3667 to receive free replacement hinges.

Kawasaki is recalling some of it’s 2018 and 2019 Mule Pro off-highway utility vehicles because the rollover protection structure may not protect you in a crash.

There are multiple VINs, makes and model numbers, click here to view them.

No injuries have been reported, but don’t ride on the recalled vehicles and contact Kawasaki at 866-802-9381 to schedule a free repair.

For more information on these and other recalls, visit

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