- November 12, 2013
- The Danger:
- The nightgowns fail to meet federal flammability standards for children's sleepwear, posing a risk of burn injuries to children. No injuries have been reported.
- This recall includes about 1,100 Babycottons children's 100% cotton nightgowns sold in sizes 24 months through toddler size 6. The nightgowns were sold in six prints including Alphabet (style 1413W245), BC Flowers (style 1413S220), Fairies (style 1413W125), Fairies Dots (style 1413W127), Mei Mei (style 1413S200) and Summertime (style 1413S190). The style numbers are printed on a hangtag attached to the garments. The white Alphabet gown has long sleeves with an alphabet print and image of an item beginning with that letter. The white and peach BC Flowers gown has the initials "BC" printed in the middle of the chest with a flower vines print. The white Fairies gown has long sleeves white pink fairies. The Fairies Dots gown has long sleeves with a white polka dot and solid pink background and a fairy applique in the center with a white ribbon. The white and pink polka dots Mei Mei gown has short sleeve with two girls printed on the center of the chest. The white Summertime gown has short sleeves with girls swimming in a coral and fish print. All of the gowns have ruffles on the sleeves, neck or bottom.
- Sold At:
- Babycottons boutiques nationwide from February 2013 through July 2013 for $48.
- What To Do:
- Immediately take the recalled nightgowns away from children and return to Babycottons for a full refund. For more information, call the company at (855) 922-2437 or go online to babycottons.com and click on the Product Recall link on the bottom of the page.
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