Summer is prime time for garage and rummage sales where families search for gently used furniture, household items and toys for kids of all ages. While searching for bargains, consumers should be aware of safety issues involving products, particularly for infants and children, that may be sold at neighborhood garages sales. Some products sold at these sales may have been subject to a recall because they pose a a risk of injury or even death to infants and children. The seller of the products may be unaware that the items they are offering for sale have been recalled by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). Beware of hand-me-down bassinets, cribs or toys given to you by a friend or relative who may be unaware that an a crib or toy is subject to a recall. Before using an item you buy at a garage sales or one that has been given to you, go to CPSC.org to determine the safety status of that item. Check out the CPSC’s “most wanted list” of products, those that have caused death and/or injury. They include: Simplicity Bassinets and Cribs, Stork Craft and Delta Cribs, Magna Man Figures, Kolcraft Play Yards, and Playschool Tool Benches, among others.