Children's Pajamas, Robes Recalled for Federal Flammability Standard Violation
The Consumer Product Safety Commission and Lazy One Inc., North Logan, Utah, announced a recall for the latter's children's pajamas and robes due to their failure to meet the federal flammability standard for children's sleepwear.
The 100 percent polyester footed pajamas and robes have not resulted in any injuries but pose a burn hazard to children. They were sold at department stores and children's boutiques nationwide and online at www.lazyone.com between October 2013 and June 2014.
The $22 zip-up pajamas are beige with colorful owls and the text "I'm owl yours" printed throughout. They have blue trim, a right-hand side pocket, foot-to-neck zipper, non-slip soles and rear opening on the behind. They were sold in sizes S to XL.
There were two $15 robes recalled. One is pink with moose graphics and the text "Don't moose with me!" printed throughout. It features green trim, two front pockets and a belt. The other is red with moose graphics and black trim, two pockets and a belt. Both were sold in sizes 4T to 14.
Garments with "Flame Resistant" printed on the neck label are not included in the recall.
Lazy One will replace the affected garments. Contact the company at (866) 340-5278 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. MT weekdays or at www.lazyone.com.