According to a series of news agencies, Babycottons decided to issue a recall for all units of its children’s nightgowns over a possible burn injury hazard.
The reports show that over 1,100 units of these nightgown fail to meet certain federal flammability standards, which may expose the child to a series of injury risks. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced that the nightgowns affected by this recall include all units sold in six different prints, which include Alphabet, BC Flowers, Fairies, Fairies Dots, Mei Mei and Summertime. The style numbers affected include 1413W245, 1413S220, 1413W125, 1413W127, 1413S200, and 1413S190.
Nobody was injured or directly affected by this recall. According to the federal agency, consumers with the products should keep their children from wearing these pajamas. Contact the manufacturer Babycottons in order to ask for a full refund. The products that have been listed under this recall were sold between February 2013 and July 2013. The nightgowns were sold across the nation, according to the federal agency.
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