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Burn Injury Risk Prompts Recall of Children’s Pajamas

Post On 08-21-2013

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced that certain pajamas and nightgowns are being recalled over a possible injury risk the products could pose to children.

According to the federal agency, the pajamas do not meet federal flammability standards set for children’s sleepwear. Since these products could pose a risk to small children, the company decided to issue the recall. Affected products include all units of the Klever Kids children’s 100% Pima cotton pajama sets and nightgowns. These sets were sold in boys and girls sizes 2 through 8, according to the CPSC.

Parents are urged to keep their children from wearing the recalled pajamas in order to avoid burns. Consumers with the recalled items are urged to return the items to the place of purchase. All affected pajamas were sold between September 2012 and March 2013. You can read the full recall announcement by clicking here.