Alabama Parents Beware: Children’s PJ’s Recalled Due To Burn Hazard
In the world of parenting, you try and do everything in your power to make sure your kids are out of harm's way.
When they're at the park, you're watching extra closely to avoid unnecessary injuries.
Even playing at home. I know while my kids are home and out of my sight, if I hear a bump that's too loud or a huge thud, I'm worried and running down the hall.
No one would ever think that children's clothes would be a hazard to their safety but it's definitely possible.
There is currently a recall of children's pajamas by P.J. Salvage.
According to the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission, the pajamas are being recalled due to a burn hazard.
The recall notice says:
We discovered children's pajama set style# RBKBST2 failed to meet the federal flammability standards for children's sleepwear, posing a risk of burn injuries to children.
The $56 pajama set is made of 65% polyester and 35% rayon according to P.J Salvage's website.
The recall notes that the dates the product has been sold range from December 15th, 2021 through March 4th, 2022.
The U.S CPSC notes that the pajamas were sold through a number of retailers including Amazon, Animal Crackers, Auntie Barbara’s, Bumps N Bundles, Down to Earth Kids, Everafter, Gold Coast Kids, Jami Lyn, Midland Clothing, Millstead Boutique, Rhinestone Cowgirl and more.
You can see the full list of retailers and get more information on this pajama recall from the U.S CPSC by clicking here.
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