Furniture, children’s clothing and toys among latest recalls

Dangerous dressers, children’s clothing and toys are among the latest product recalls, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.

There is one report of a four-year-old child being injured by a Mainstay dresser which can tip over if not anchored to the wall.

Over one million of the dressers made by Ameriwood were sold at Walmart and other retailers nationwide between April of 2009 and May of 2016.

Stop using the dressers and Contact Ameriwood at 888-222-7460 for a free wall anchor.

Here are the model numbers under recall:

• 5412012WP

• 5412301WP

• 5412328WP

• 5412015WY

• 5412301WY

• 5412012PCOM

• 5412015PCOM

• 5412026PCOM

• 5412213PCOM

• 5412214PCOM

• 5412301PCOM

• 5412317PCOM

• 5412328PCOM

MORE: Ameriwood dressers recalled

Trolls-themed bracelets sold with a storybook are under recall because the metal bands in the slap bracelet can wear through the fabric.

There are five reports of cuts to hands and fingers, according to the C.P.S.C. There were nearly 80,000 of these Studio Fun Inc. bracelets sold in the U.S with the book "DreamWorks Trolls: It's Hug Time!" 

MORE: Slap bracelets recalled

The snaps on the fleece pullovers can come off and pose a choking hazard. No injuries have been reported. 

Stop wearing the sweaters. L.L. Bean is contacting customers who purchased the sweaters to give them a full refund.

MORE: Toddler sweaters recalled

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