The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has recently indicated that several children’s pajamas and robes are being recalled over a possible flammability issue that could result in burn incidents.
The products impacted by the recall include the Lazy One children’s sleepwear garments produced with 100 percent polyester. The items include footed pajamas as well as two robes.
Since the products may not have been produced to meet the federal flammability standards, the products could expose children to burn incidents. To avoid any potential personal injury, consumers with the recalled units are being asked to stop allowing their children to wear the sleepwear. Over 8,400 units of these products have been listed under the recall. Units can be identified by the red, blue, pink, and yellow owl print that reads “I’m OWL yours.”
While no incidents linked to these products have been reported so far, consumers should not ignore the potential for incidents. Make sure to check your child’s pajamas for the recalled models as soon as possible.If you were impacted, return them to Lazy One as soon as you can so the store can give you a replacement garment in exchange for the dangerous model.
Units of the recalled garments were sold between October 2013 and June 2014. If you have been impacted and you’re not sure of how to have this issue addressed, you may want to read the full announcement here. Waiting for a problem to arise to respond to the recall could put you and your loved ones in a difficult and potentially serious situation.
The CPSC always reports on product recalls. If you’re a consumer and you’re concerned with your safety and the safety of your loved ones, following the CPSC announcements can help you to stay on top of all recall announcements.
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