June 28, 2012: PajamaGram Recalls Children's Pajamas
About 12,000 pajamas have been recalled due to violations of the federal flammability standards.
What’s the Deal?
The US Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with PajamaGram of Shelburne, Vermont, has recalled about 12,000 children’s pajamas. The pajamas fail to meet the federal flammability standards for children’s sleepwear, posing a risk of burn injury to children. No injuries have been reported.
Do You Own Them?
The pajamas are 100-percent polyester fleece sold in sizes 12 months to 4T and in boys and girls sizes 6 through 14. “PajamaGram” is printed on the neck tag. The pajamas come in two styles: one-piece hood and feet pajamas, and two-piece sets. The below style/GPU number is printed on a second tag sewn into either the neck or side of the pajamas and the pajama pants. The pajamas listed here are included in this recall. The pajamas sold on the PajamaGram website, telephone, and catalogue from September 2011 through March 2012 for between $26 and $40.
What Should You Do?
Children should stop wearing the pajamas immediately and consumers should contact PajamaGram for a replacement, exchange or full refund. For additional information, contact PajamaGram toll-free at (800) 262-1162 between 9 AM and 5 PM EST, Monday through Friday, or visit the firm’s website at www.pajamagram.com.
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