Children’s Pajamas Recalled Due to Burn Hazard
The Children’s Place has recently recalled about 38,000 units of children's pajamas due to a violation of the Federal Flammability Standard.
About the Pajamas Recall
According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the footed pajamas pose a burn hazard to children, as the garments do not meet “tight-fitting sizing requirements.” Consumers are urged to stop using the pajamas and return them to their place of purchase.
Description of Recalled Pajamas
- According to a release by the CPSC, three styles of The Children’s Place bunny-themed one-piece cotton footed pajamas have been recalled.
- The recall includes a set of pajamas which are pink with dark pink bunnies and a ruffle at the neck.
- The other two styles of pajamas being recalled are blue/green and included bunnies on the feet.
The recalled pajamas have a label on the inside seam displaying the number 2598 as well as one of the following numbers:
- “Made with love by PLACE” is printed at the neck of the pajamas.
- The product was sold at Children’s Place stores nationwide and online at www.childrensplace.com between January 2012 and May 2013 for approximately $15.
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