About 2,200 Animal Tracking Explorer Kits have been recalled by MindWare, of Roseville, Minn. The powder in the kit marked “plaster of paris” is actually calcium hydroxide, which poses a risk of skin and eye irritation to children using the product. It also includes nature study tools and equipment (field lens, specimen jars and bags, labels, puff bottle, plastic gloves, spatula, cardboard strips, paper clips, mixing pot, tweezers, spoon, notebook) and Explorer Guide. The kits were sold online at www.MindWareOnline.com, and by MindWare’s catalog from September 2007 through December 2007 for about $25. Consumers should immediately take all recalled explorer kits away from children and contact MindWare to receive either a free replacement product or for a full refund.
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