Woonsocket company recalls baby bathtubs due to drowning risk

Summer Infant Lil’ Luxuries infant bath tub (Photo: CPSC)

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) — A Woonsocket company is recalling tens of thousands of baby bath tubs that could put your child at risk of injury or drowning.

According to manufacturer Summer Infant, 86,000 of its infant tubs need replacement parts before they can be used safely.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission says the sling inside the Lil’ Luxuries infant bathtubs may detach, which could put your baby at risk.

The agency has received 91 incident reports, including 11 in which an infant bumped his or her head.Recalled tubs have fabric slings without a white plastic clip

The recalled tubs were sold between Oct. 2012 and Oct. 2013 for about $60. The products may still be for sale on the second-hand market, according to the CPSC.

If you have one of these tubs, stop using it immediately and contact Summer Infant for a replacement sling.

Interlogix is also recalling 67,000 wireless personal panic devices because they may not work in an emergency.

Interlogix wireless personal panic devices (Photos: CPSC)
Interlogix wireless personal panic devices (Photos: CPSC)

The products were sold from May 2014 through Jan. 2016.

If you have one, contact your security system installer or monitoring company for a free inspection.

Lastly, 2.8 million bottles of craft and finger paint are being recalled because they can contain harmful bacteria.

The paints were sold nationwide at stores including Hobby Lobby and Walmart.

No injuries have been reported, but consumers should stop using the products and contact Sargent Art for a full refund.