Infant Seats for Shopping Carts Recalled

March 1, 2006
Car Seats
The Danger:
These seats can have a white chalky powder or residue on their surface. It is the UV Absorber that has separated from the seat due to a molding defect that affected some seats produced in one or more molding runs. This could cause skin irritation to children who come into contact with the residue.
This recall involves about 4,000 gray or red infant seats that are permanently attached to shopping carts in retail stores. "SAFE-SEAT+" is molded into the side of these seats. A metal tube around the frame of the seat attaches it to the shopping cart.
Sold At:
SSC Inc. nationwide to grocery stores and other retail stores that provide shopping carts for consumer use. Units sold from June 2005 through December 2005.
What To Do:
If your seats have a chalky white residue, remove them from use immediately and call SSC Inc. to arrange for free replacement seats. For more information, call SSC Inc., toll free at (800) 448-8945 between 9 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. ET Monday through Friday or visit
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