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Recall alert: Children’s pajamas recalled due to flammability issues, burn risk

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By: Natalie Dreier, Cox Media Group National Content Desk

A series of children’s pajamas sold in boutiques and online have been recalled, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.

Pajamas, or loungewear, made by Ragdoll & Rockets have been recalled because they do not meet flammability standards for kid’s sleepwear and could pose a burn injury risk, the CPSC announced.

About 14,100 sets of the pajamas were sold in stores and online. 

They were 100% micro-polyester fleece and sold in sizes from 2 through 6 or small through extra large and in the following styles:

  • One-piece, hooded and footed onesie
  • Pants with waistband drawstrings,
  • Shorts, 
  • Long-sleeved crew top
  • Cozy Baby Onesie

They came in the following 16 prints:

  • Big Stars
  • Elephant
  • Ghost Glow
  • Happy Feet
  • Hellow Bunny
  • Kitty
  • Love Paws
  • Lush Dots
  • Moon and Stars
  • Owl
  • Panda
  • Pineapple
  • Polar Bear
  • Rainbow Glow
  • Snowman
  • Winter Deer

They had production codes L47/1705, LPJ/1806 or L47/1710 printed on the care label. 

Those who have the recalled items are being told to contact Ragdoll & Rockets for a refund.

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