Target recalls light-up Halloween gel window clings

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Target is recalling six Halloween-themed LED gel clings due to a choking and ingestion risk for children, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.

According to the CPSC, the gel can separate and expose the inner LED and button compartment, creating a choking and battery ingestion hazard for children.

No injuries or illnesses have been reported.

Six gel clings are affected by the recall. All of them come with two non-replaceable button cell batteries inside, which lets them light up with a blinking light when pressed. The clings are for use on windows only.

The six designs are: a green skeleton, a pink skeleton, a purple spider, a black cat, an orange pumpkin and a black bat.

All have model number 234-25-0904 on their packaging, according to the CPSC. They were sold at Target stores nationwide between August and September for around $1.

Customers should return the gel clings to Target as soon as possible for a full refund.