Target Children's Two-Piece Pajama Sets Recalled

Date:
January 15, 2013
Category:
Clothing
Company/Brand:
Target Corp.
The Danger:
The children's cotton or cotton/fleece pajamas sets fail to meet the federal flammability standards for children's sleepwear, because they do not meet the tight-fitting sizing requirements. This poses a burn hazard to children. No incidents or injuries have been reported.
Description:
This recall involves about 560,000 Target Circo and Xhilaration children's cotton or cotton/fleece two-piece pajama sets. They were sold in infant and toddler sizes 12M, 2T, 3T, 4T and 5T, and in girls and boys sizes XS, S, M, L and XL. There are a variety of colors and designs, including stars, dots, skulls, peace signs, cats, owls, footballs and camouflage. To see a complete list of item numbers included in this recall, visit the firm's website. The item number is located on a tag on the shirt's side seam and on the pants at the waist. A tag printed on the neck of the pajamas states "Circo" or "Xhilaration", "Wear snug-fitting not flame resistant" and the item number. The pajamas were also sold with a yellow hangtag that states, "For child's safety, garment should fit snugly. This garment is not flame resistant. Loose-fitting garment is more likely to catch fire."
Sold At:
Target stores nationwide and online at target.com from August 2012 through November 2012 for between $8 and $13.
What To Do:
Immediately take the recalled pajamas away from children and return them to any Target for a full refund. Contact Target at (800) 440-0680 or online at www.target.com and click on Product Recalls at the bottom of the page for more information.
For More Information:
http://www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/prerel/prhtml13/13093.html

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