Infant Sleepers Recalled Due to Mold Hazard

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Fisher-Price is recalling about 800-thousand infant sleepers.  Mold could build up under the seat cushion and potentially make your baby sick.  Fisher-Price has had 600 reports of mold — and of 16 babies getting sick after sleeping near that mold.
The sleepers look like the one pictured in the photo, although the fabric cover comes in more than a dozen patterns and colors.  Mold can develop between the cushion and the hard plastic frame if it gets wet or isn’t cleaned often enough.  The rockers were sold for between 50 to 85 bucks.

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