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Children’s Place Recalls 38,000 Pairs Of Pajamas

CPSC: Pajamas Do Not Fit Tightly Enough And Could Be Flammable
Pajama Recall

The Children’s Place has recalled these pajamas on the grounds that they could pose a flammability risk. (Credit: Consumer Product Safety Commission)

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The Children’s Place has recalled 38,000 pairs of pajamas that could be flammable.

The affected pajamas are bunny themed — one style is pink with dark pink bunnies and a ruffle on the neck, and was sold in size 9-12 months. The pajamas have a sewn-in label at the side seam with both 2158 and at least one of the following numbers — 042521, 042523, 042571, 042572, 042774 or 042816.

The other two styles are blue and green with bunnies on the feet and bunny print fabric. They were sold in sizes 9-12 months, 12-18 months, 18-24 months, 2T and 3T. One style has bunnies with eyeglasses, while the other has bunnies and yellow chicks.

Both blue and green bunny styles have a sewn in label at the side seam with both 2598 and at least one of the following numbers — 030647, 030779, 038826, 670409, 670602, 670603 or 945210.

“Made with love by PLACE” in a heart outline appears on the neck of the pajamas.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission said the pajamas do not meet tight-fitting size requirements, and thus pose a burn hazard.

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