7,000 Pairs of Kids Pajamas in Violation of Flammability Standard Recalled

7,000 Pairs of Kids Pajamas in Violation of Flammability Standard Recalled
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August 22, 2013

Klever Kids has announced a recall of roughly 7,000 children's pajamas and nightgowns. The pajamas fail to meet federal flammability standards for children's sleepwear, posing a risk of burn injuries to children.

This recall involves Klever Kids children's 100% Pima cotton pajama sets and nightgowns sold in boys and girls sizes 2 through 8. The pajama sets include two-piece long-sleeve shirt and pant sets with an elastic waistband and two-piece short-sleeve shirt and short sets with an elastic waistband. The sets were sold in multiple prints including shark print, ballerinas, black and blue skeletons, flowers, pink with white polka dot pattern, a two-toned set with navy and blue striped monster print, and paisley print with green fabric on the edge.

The nightgowns are short-sleeved with a gathered shoulder hem. The nightgowns were sold in multiple prints including ballerinas, pink with white polka dots, flowers and paisleys. All the garments have a printed label at the neck that reads 'KleverKids live {Heart} laugh {Heart} love.' Some of the pajamas sets are labeled as 'flame resistant sleepwear' by a sewn-in garment label along the shirt's bottom right side seam.

The pajamas and nightgowns were sold at children's boutiques and specialty stores nationwide from September 2012 through March 2013.

Consumers should immediately take the recalled pajamas away from children and return them to the place of purchase for a full refund.

For more information on this recall, contact Klever Kids toll-free at 855-553-8375.

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