Recall: Children’s Tents Recalled Due to Laceration Hazard

Recall: Children’s Tents Recalled Due to Laceration Hazard

The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) issued a recall of about 84,000 “Playtime Pals Pop-Up Hideaway Hut” children’s tents.   The tents come in a variety of styles and colors. Reports have been made that the fiberglass rob that supports the tent can break and splinter, becoming a laceration hazard to children.

Important Information About Children’s Tents

The products were manufactured by Jinhua Longyou Import and Export Co., of China and imported and distributed by the Jewett Cameron Company. The tents were sold at Home Depot stores nationwide in November 2017. Parents and care providers should immediately stop using this product.  The product can be returned to Home Depot for refund.

More than 250,000 toy-related injuries occur in the United States each year.  There are strict federal regulations governing the manufacturing of children’s products, including rattles, to protect against injuries from dangerous and defective products.

Who To Contact After Suffering Harm?

Parents and care providers should report dangerous products and product-related injuries to the CPSC by going online to or calling CPSC’s Hotline at 800-638-2772.

Our firm is an experienced product liability firm that has represented thousands of children due to the negligence. If you child was injured or lost their life due to a defective product or the negligence of another, contact at us at (877) 277-7336. There is no charge to speak with us or for case evaluations.

Charles E. Boyk Law Offices, LLC