Kid’s Pajamas Recalled for Violating Flammability Standards

Kid’s Pajamas Recalled for Violating Flammability Standards

Kid’s Pajamas Recalled for Violating Flammability Standards

On November 20, 2012, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced that J.P. Boden & Co Ltd was voluntarily recalling certain children’s pajamas because they violated federal flammability standards.  Parents and guardians should stop letting children use the pajamas immediately.  

The pajamas were manufactured in Turkey and sold exclusively on from July 21, 2012 to September 17, 2012.  The sets of pajamas cost about $48.00.  

The CPSC estimates that about 1,130 sets of pajamas are affected by the recall.  The recall is simply a precautionary step, and no injuries have been reported so far.  

There are federal flammability standards for children’s sleepwear in order to prevent burns to children.  

The recalled products are 100 percent cotton and intended for children from 1.5 to 14 years old.  The name, “Mini Boden,” appears on the label attached to the inside of the shirt’s neck and the back the waistband on the pants.  Each pack of pajamas is sold with two long-sleeved tops and two bottoms.  

The pajamas have the following color schemes: black, white and blue with motorcycles; white, blue and pink with a rocket and stars; or light blue, blue and green with cars.  

Consumers need to stop using these products right away and contact Boden immediately for a full refund.  It is illegal to try and sell or sell a recalled product.  

If you’ve been affected by the recall and want to receive a refund, exchange the item, or receive merchandise credit, you can call J.P. Boden Services Inc at (866) 206-9508 between 8 a.m. and 11 p.m. daily.  You can also visit the company’s website for more information on the recall.

Source: Consumer Product Safety Commission




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