Children’s Pajamas Recalled Due to Fire Risk
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is warning that a line of children’s pajamas have been recalled because they fail to meet federal flammability standards.
According to the agency, the recall covers around 7,000 pair of girl’s pajama sets from Star Ride Kids that were made in China. The pajamas are made of polyester, and were sold in sizes four through 14. The pajama sets consist of polar fleece pants with a bow, elastic at the waist and a jersey two-piece long-sleeve shirt.
The style reference number 5217 or 5250, and can be found on a label in the side seam of each shirt. The line “Star Ride Taking It To The Next Level” is on a label in the waistband of each pair of pants. The logo “Star Ride” is printed on the inside back of the neck of each shirt. Some shirts have a hangtag on the wrist with the words “flame resistant sleepwear.”
CPSC said that the sets were sold in these combinations:
Style Reference No. 5217
Black and white zebra printed pants paired with a blue top with a zebra printed heart on the center front.
Pink and black zebra printed pants paired with a white top with pink, heart-shaped peace signs and the word “Peace” printed on the center front.
Style Reference No. 5250
Blue pants with the words “Happy, Love, Dreams” in a multicolored print paired with a white and blue top with the word “Hope” printed on the center front.
Pink pants with the words “Happy, Love, Dreams” in a multicolored print paired with a white and pink top with multicolored stars on the lower left side.
CPSC warns that these pajamas to not meet flammability standards, and pose a risk of burn injuries to children. Consumers should immediately take the recalled pajamas away from children, stop using them and return them to the place of purchase for a full refund.
Consumer can contact Star Ride Kids toll-free at (866) 349-7094 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday or online atwww.starride.com. On the website, click on the Product Recall link on the bottom of the page for more information.
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