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If you have any Baby Shark bath toys in your household, make sure to check the labels on the bottom of the toys. There’s been a massive recall on 7.5 million Baby Shark bath toys, and customers are recommended to stop using them immediately.

The recall took place after 12 injuries were reported. Sadly, these injuries include puncture wounds and cuts from children falling or sitting on the bath toy.

Here’s what you need to know if you own Baby Shark bath toys, and how to get a refund. Also, you can always check out our food and product recall page to stay on top of the latest recall news.

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More than 7.5 million Baby Shark bath toys have been recalled due to a dozen reports of children’s injuries.

The recall specifically affects the Robo Alive Junior Baby Shark Sing & Swim Bath Toy, as well as its mini version, the Robo Alive Junior Baby Shark Swimming Bath Toy.

Both toys have a hard plastic top fin. Children either fell or sat on the fin, causing impalement injuries, cuts, and wounds. Unfortunately, the wounds were reported to be found on children’s faces and genital areas. Twelve injuries were reported, and nine of those required stitches or medical attention.

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Check your bath toys to see if they’re part of the Baby Shark recall.

A recalled Baby Shark bath toy showing the code on the bottom

These toys were sold individually and in packs of three. For the full-size model, check the bottom of your toy to find model number #25282 and a date code starting with the letters “DG.” Products affected fall in the date range “DG20190501” through “DG20220619.”

As for the mini Baby Shark bath toy, check the bottom for model numbers #7163, #7175, #7166, or “#25291. Then, also check for a date code beginning with the letters “DG” followed by “YYYY/MM/DD” in the date range “DG2020615” through “DG2023525“.


Anyone who owns either of these Baby Shark bath toys needs to stop using them immediately. You’re also entitled to a full refund.

Customers who own either of these toys should have their kids stop using them immediately. You can get a full refund of $14 for the full-size bath toy and $6 for the mini version.

If you own a full-size bath toy, cut off the tail fin. Or, if you own the mini toy, bend the tail fin back. Next, make sure to write “Recalled” on the body of the toy. Then, take a picture and upload it to https://www.recallrtr.com/bathshark.com. Full instructions are also listed there. And when you’re finally ready, hit “Register.”


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