Six million children's necklaces and zipper pulls recalled
The CPSC announced the recall of about six million children's metal necklaces and zipper pulls, because they contain
high amounts of lead in the metal or paint which could be toxic to children. These products are from a company named
Stravina, and the packaging says "Personalized Necklace" or "Personalized Zipper Pull" on it. The recalled jewelry was
sold in stores nationwide from March 2002 through September 2005 for between $2 and $4.
If you have one of these necklaces or zipper pulls, contact Stravina for a free replacement product at (800) 964-0029.
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