Fisher-Price Recall Toys In Ireland

Fisher Price is recalling more than 22,000 toys that have been on sale in Ireland since May.

Consumers have been warned that if they have any Fisher Price products in their home they should stop using them immediately and contact the Fisher-Price UK consumer helpline on 00-44-1628-500303.

Some of the toys being recalled by Fisher Price are Dora The Explorer and Diego products as well as some toy music machines.

Worldwide, 1.5million toys are being recalled by Fisher Price’s parent company, Mattel.

According to Mattel, a contract manufacturer in China made the toys using a non-approved paint pigment.

No injuries have been caused so far but the company are urging parents to contact them to arrange for the toys to be returned and replaced with toys of equal value.


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