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What to Do With Recalled Toys

What Do You Do With Recalled Products?

Another day, another recall. It's tough for parents to keep up with all the faulty baby products, so often they just keep using them. Thanks to Toys 'R' Us and Babies 'R' Us, moms can take back a few items and turn them into money with the Great Trade In program. Mommies who have questioned their portable crib can get cash for that clunker and upgrade to a new one. Though it sounds like a pretty sweet deal, many parents keep their merchandise or toss them on the curb for passersby.

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macgirl macgirl 7 years
It depends. Sometimes things are recalled for silly reasons. I don't need to return my son's bumbo seat so I can have one with a sticker on it that says not to put it on top of a table.
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