CPSC To Parents: Stop Using Miracle Baby Loungers Due to Suffocation Risk and Fall Hazard

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has issued a warning regarding the safety of Miracle Baby Loungers. These popular infant sleep products are in violation of federal safety regulations, posing a serious suffocation and fall hazard to infants.

Miracle Baby Loungers recalled due to suffocation hazard

What’s the issue? The loungers lack a stand, making them unsafe for infants to sleep in. They also fail to meet the regulation’s requirements for marking, labeling, and instructional literature. Furthermore, the product and packaging are missing a tracking label with crucial information such as the date of manufacture.

Despite a Notice of Violation sent to the seller, Yichang Lanqier Garment Co. Ltd., known as Miracle Baby, they have not taken action to recall or remedy the situation. Therefore, it is essential that consumers who have purchased these loungers be informed and take immediate action.

The loungers were sold on from June 2022 through November 2022, ranging in price from $30 to $50. They were available in various printed fabric options, including New Bear, Bee, Cat, Deer, Elephant, and more. Look for the “Miracle Baby” tag sewn onto the exterior.

Although the Infant Sleep Products regulation applies to products manufactured after June 23, 2022, the absence of a date of manufacture label on these loungers makes it impossible to determine their compliance. As a result, the CPSC advises all consumers to discontinue the use of Miracle Baby loungers.

So, what should you do? Unzip and disassemble the lounger by cutting up the cover, sleeping pad, and side bumpers. Dispose of the pieces in the trash or follow local textile recycling protocols.

For the safety of your baby:

1. Stick to a firm, flat surface like a crib, bassinet, or play yard for your baby’s sleep.
2. Use a fitted sheet only and avoid adding blankets, pillows, or padded crib bumpers.
3. Always place your infant on their back to sleep. If they fall asleep in an inclined or upright position, move them to a safe sleep environment.

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