Military toy figures recalled for violating lead paint standard

The Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued a product recall for military toy figures. The toys contain lead paint and consumers are advised to stop using the toys immediately unless otherwise instructed. Almost 2100 military toy figures were sold at Dollar Stores and other discount retail stores from 2008 through 2009. Violating the federal lead paint standard, the surface paint on the toy contains excessive levels of lead. If you think you purchased a recalled toy, visit www.jidetrading.com.

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