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Dream On Me is a popular maker of baby products that can't seem to get it right. The company is now facing another recall by the Consumers Product Safety Commission (CPSC), adding to a growing list. The Dream On Me website now has 4 recalls. The latest is their Lattice Bed Rails. This is in conjunction with recalls on their Happy Swing II, Bistro High chair and Baby Bath Seats.
The Bed Guards (Models 420P & 420B) have been identified as a potential risk for injury. If the bed rail separates from the mattress, a child could become entrapped between the mattress and the rail, creating suffocation and strangulation hazards.
While there have been no incidents reported so far, the company and the CPSC recommends that if you own one of this product that you cease using it immediately. Currently there are about 900 units affected by this model.
Dream On Me products are sold online through Amazon and Wayfair.com and in some small department stores as well as Walmart.
The Dream On Me Bed Rails are used to keep young children from falling out of bed. They have a white metal frame covered by blue or pink mesh fabric and metal arms that extend about 1 1/2 feet under the mattress. The bed rails measure 17 inches high x 41 inches long. "Dream on Me" is printed on the top rail. The bed rails were manufactured in China.
The Dream On Me website recommends that owners destroy all the recalled products and list ways to do that. They also suggest that you photograph the destroyed product and send an email to them for a refund of the amount on the proof of purchase.
If you own one of the recalled products, stop using them immediately.
For more information on the Dream On Me recalls you can visit their website at dreamonme.com.