A New York City-based clothier has recalled 32,000 sets of children’s pajamas, the Consumer Product Safety Commission announced Friday.
The clothing doesn’t meet federal flammability standards, posing a burn risk to children. No injuries have been reported.
The Peru-made pajamas were sold for $55 to $65 from 2012 through February at Roberta Roller Rabbit stores, online at RobertarollerRabbit.com and at other retailers. The affected sleepers came in 100 percent cotton, two-piece sets sold, either long sleeves with pants or short sleeves with shorts, in sizes 1 through youth 12 and in various prints and colors. Sleepers with a screen-printed tag inside the top near the neck are not subject to the recall, those with a sewn-in tag at the neck are.
The product can be returned for a full refund. For more information, call 1-866-227-6938.