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article imageChildren's pajama sets recalled due to flammability concerns

By Leigh Goessl     Jul 3, 2012 in Business
Hundreds of thousands of children's pajama sets were recalled in the U.S. due to the clothing not meeting federal standards for flammability. Three separate companies were involved in the recall.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) issued individual recall notices for each company. Each notice outlined the manufacturer, product, dates sold, retailers carrying the pajamas, description of product, and any other identifiers associated with the recalled items so consumers can determine whether or not they've purchase the recalled sleepwear sets.
The three companies involved in this recall are Ishtex Textiles Products, Rigo International Inc. and PajamaGram.
Consumers are being advised to discontinue use of these clothing items, risks being stated if the pajamas were worn at the time of a fire, the child wearing this clothing could be at higher risk of burn.
One injury was reported with the Rigo International products; a serious burn occurred after a 9-year-old boy wearing the PJs caught fire; no other injuries were reported.
In all, about 228,000 sets of pajamas were recalled, all were manufactured in China.
Who to call
Consumers who purchased children's pajamas associated with the Ishtex Textile Products and have concerns or questions can call the company at (800) 935-0914 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, email, or obtain additional information at
Those who bought children's sleepwear from retailers selling Rigo's products can call the company at (888) 229-1292 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. PT Monday through Friday or visit their website at
Consumers that bought children's pajamas from PajamaGram can call the company at (800) 262-1162 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, or visit their website at
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