Name of product: Boy’s Loungewear Pants
Hazard: The pajama pants fail to meet federal flammability standards for children’s sleepwear, posing a risk of burn injuries to children.
Units: About 2,000
Description: This recall involves The Bailey Boys’ children’s 100% cotton loungewear pants, sold in sizes toddler 2 through boys’ 12. All of the pajama pants have an elastic waistband with a white drawstring and a garment label that states “J.Bailey clothing for young men.”
The pajama pants were sold in multiple prints including Chad-Ball red baseball print, Chad-Base two colored red baseball print, Chad-Boat light blue boat print, Chad Crab grey crab print, Chad-Golf light gray print, Chad-Santa green Santa Clause print, Chad-Sea grey blue seahorse print, Chad-Turtle dark blue turtle print and Chad-Turtle light blue turtle print.
Incidents/Injuries: None reported.
Remedy : Importer: The Bailey Boys, Inc., located in Saint Simons Island, Ga.
Manufactured in: El Salvador.
US Consumer Product Safety Commission
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