Infant and boys' coats are on the recall roundup Monday, July 22, 2013 as well as Michelin tires.
Macy’s Recalls Infants’ Jackets Due to Choking Hazard
The snaps can come off the jacket and end up in a child's mouth.
The jackets were sold at Macy's stores and online between September and November last year.
The snap-up jackets with hoods come in navy blue with green and turquoise trim, or gray with yellow sleeves and navy and yellow trim. Style number 1300 is found on the label sewn into the side seam and the UPC code is found on the product hangtag. Click here to see UPC codes.
Macy's says consumers can toll-free at (888) 257-5949 between 10 a.m. and 10 p.m. ET or online CLICK HERE.
Boys' Hooded Jackets Recalled Due to Strangulation Hazard
The Consumer Product Safety Commission says Mecca 5 Star kids coats are being recalled due to a strangulation hazard.
48,000 coats are on the recall list because the drawstrings on the coats could strangle a child.
The recall involves boy’s long sleeve hooded jackets sizes 2T to XL sold at several stores between 2010 and 2011.
The word "Mecca" is embroidered on the front chest of the garment and on the interior label sewn into the neck of the jacket. There are elastic drawstrings around the neck and waist. The style number can be found on a label sewn into the jacket one inch above the bottom seam on the left side. CLICK HERE to see the list of style numbers involved in the recall.
You can either cut the drawstrings off or call Mecca 5 Star toll-free at (880) 229-6833 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Michelin Announces Voluntary Recall of 100K Tires
Michelin is voluntarily recalling 100,000 tires after a retailer discovered that some had holes and quickly deflated.
The recall affects certain sizes of Michelin's LTX M/S 2, X Radial LT2 and Latitude Tour tires. The tires are typically used on light trucks and SUVs.
The puncture, in the sidewall, was caused by machines used to handle the finished tires. The tires were made in Michelin's Lexington, S.C. plant.
There have been no reports of damage, death or injury. Michelin says about 2,500 of the recalled tires may have the defect.
Customers who may have purchased the tires will be notified by mail beginning next week. Customers who have already replaced the tires may be reimbursed.
Owners can contact Michelin at 1-855-851-4951.