UNIQLO Recalls Children's Pajamas Due to Violation of Federal Flammability Standards
The Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued a recall of UNIQLO's children's pajamas because the pajamas fail to meet federal flammability standards for children's sleepwear, posing a risk of burn injuries to children.
The recalled products are one-piece micro fleece garment made of 100 percent polyester knit fabric. They were sold in infant sizes 9M to 12M. The pajamas are footed and have a front zipper and long sleeves. The brand name "UNIQLO BABY" appears on the neck label. There are a variety of colors and designs, including red and black plaid print; navy, green and yellow plaid print; off-white with pink, yellow and gray dots print; pink with off-white, dark pink and gray dots print; brown and pink with white snowflakes print; navy with white snowflakes print; gray with deer; beige with deer. The serial numbers of the recalled product, located at the bottom of the neck label, include: 187-074142(24-04), 187-074143(24-04), 187-074144(24-04) and 187-074145(24-04).
No injuries have been reported yet, but consumers are instructed to immediately take the recalled pajamas away from children and return them to any UNIQLO store for a full refund.
The pajamas were manufactured in China and sold at UNIQLO stores in New York and New Jersey and online at www.uniqlo.com
For more information, visit CPSC's website.