There are several new Chinese toy recalls due to lead.
The Consumer Safety Product Commission is recalling with Fisher-Price about 38,000 "Go Diego Go" boat toys because of lead in the surface paint.
They were sold from June of this year through October for about $15 by Fisher Price in retail stores.
Customers should take the toys from their children, and contact Fisher-Price at 1.888.299-0579 for information on how to return the toy for a replacement.
Greenbriar, international has a similar problem with about 198,000 pieces of beauty cute, expressions and sassy and chic children's jewelry.
They were sold at Dollar Tree, Dollar Bill$, Dollar Express, Greenbacks and only $1 stores nationwide from december 2005 through july 2007.
Consumers should take the toys away from children, and should return the toys to the store where they bought them for a refund.
And Weglow International is recalling about 110,000 pieces of children's metal jewelry.
The pieces are rings that were sold as "Shrek the Third" and "Spiderman 3" designs.
These rings should be taken from children, and returned to the store for a refund.
Also being recalled, Jo-Ann stores about 97,000 children's toy gardening tools because of excessive levels of lead in the paint.
They were sold in Jo-Ann fabric and craft stores across the country from January through September of this year.
In addition, 6,000 toy watering cans, not shown, are part of this recall.
Consumers should take the toys away from children and return then to any Jo-Ann fabric and craft store for a full refund.
Decopac sold about 80,000 football bobble head cake decorations between January 2006 and October of this year.
The bobble heads were painted to resemble 15 NFL teams and are being recalled because of lead in the paint.
They were sold at bakeries and ice cream stores from January 2006 through October of this year.
Buyers should stop using the bobbleheads and contact Decopac at 1.800.536.6558 for a free product of equal value.
And Family Dollar's recalling about 142,000 halloween pails because of lead in the green paint.
About 142,000 of the pails were sold from August through October of this year.
Customers should take the pails from away from children, and return them to any family dollar store for a refund.
For more information on all of these recalls, you can visit the consumer product safety commission website by clicking on the link below