Recalled Single Mud Kitchen
Recalled Triple Mud Kitchen
Recalled Brass Tap
Name of Product:
Big Game Hunters Mud Kitchens
The brass water tap of the play kitchen contains levels of lead that exceed the federal lead content ban. Lead is toxic if ingested by young children and can cause adverse health issues.
August 25, 2022
The recall involves the brass water tap on the Big Game Hunters Mud Kitchen, a children’s outdoor play kitchen made of untreated and unpainted natural wood. The Mud Kitchen was sold in two styles – Single and Triple (a/k/a XL). The Single Mud Kitchen includes a plastic wash tub, plastic water dispenser, pretend stove, slide-out counter and a brass water tap (to attach a garden hose) and is 43.25 inches wide (56 inches with counter fully extended), 16.5 inches deep and 36 inches tall. The Triple (a/k/a XL) Mud Kitchen additionally includes two cabinets with doors, two additional pretend burners and controls for the pretend stove, a water dispenser, and two storage shelves, and is 32 inches wide (44 inches with counter fully extended), 18 inches deep and 34.5 inches tall. A five-digit lot code is located on the outer packaging. The first two digits of the lot code are LO, the third and fourth digits are numbers, and the last digit is the letter O or P.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled Big Game Hunters Mud Kitchen, remove and dispose of the brass water tap, and contact DOM Enterprises & Mfg. Ltd. (“DOM Sports”) for a free replacement water tap. Consumers will be contacted through Amazon’s messaging platform.
Online at www.amazon.com. The Single Mud Kitchens were sold from July 2020 through December 2020 for about $200. The Triple Mud Kitchens were sold from July 2020 through November 2020 for about $300.
Garden Games Ltd., of UK
DOM Enterprises & Mfg. Ltd., of Canada
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