Cribs with "vintage grey" paint were voluntarily recalled because the paint had lead in it.
It's that vintage.
"The vintage grey paint on the cribs, furniture, and accessories exceeds federal lead limits," the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said on its website. "If ingested, lead can cause adverse health effects."
Baby's Dream Furniture, Inc. recalled about 4,600 units of cribs and other furniture manufactured in Chile between March 2014 and March 2015, according to the commission. The company will exchange the $100 to $1,000 products, it said
The federal government banned lead paint in 1978. Dust from the paint can cause lead poisoning, which has been linked to developmental delays, abdominal pain, hearing loss and other symptoms in young children, according to Mayo Clinic. In adults, it can lead to memory loss, mood disorders, high blood pressure and other symptoms. It can also lead to problems later in life for fetuses exposed to lead while in the womb.
Baby's Dream did not immediately respond to a request by ABC News for comment.