50,000 Infant Bath Seats Recalled

The seats do not meet federal safety standards according to the CPSC

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    Deam On Me, the popular manufacturer of children's items, is recalling 50,000 infant bath seats. 
    In cooperation with the Consumer Product Safety Commission, the seats are being recalled because, according to the CPSC, they don't meet federal safety standards and they can actually tip over.

    The bath seats come in several colors and model numbers: You can find the complete list by clicking here.  The seats were sold in stores and on-line between July and Sept., 2012. 
    If you have the seat, the CPSC advises you stop using it immediately. On its web site, Dream On Me advises you destroy the bath tub and email proof of destruction so you can receive a replacement product.
    The company is also recalling its lattice bed rails because there is a potential risk of injury. On it's website, Dream On Me, said there have been no reports of any injury to a child but the company said there is a risk of a child getting stuck between the mattress and the rail. 
    More on the bed rails here.