Children's Robes Recalled by Kreative Kids for Violating Federal Flammability Standard

Clothing that does not meet flammability standards poses a potential burn risk to wearers

Children's Robes Recalled by Kreative Kids for Violating Federal Flammability Standard
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June 2, 2017

Kreative Kids is recalling 7,600 children's robes because they violate the federal flammability standard.

Clothing that does not meet flammability standards poses a potential burn risk to wearers in the event of fire.

The affected products include eight styles of children's hooded robes made of 100 percent polyester. They were sold in sizes four through six and seven through nine in the styles of purple elephant, lion, pink bear, lady bug, blue puppy, duck, monkey, and princess cat. The robes have long sleeves, a belt, a cinched back, and two front pockets, and a label sewn into the robes includes item number 2013NW081 and brand name Kreative Kids.

They were sold online at Amazon as well as at gift and specialty stores located in California, Iowa, New York, Ohio, and Texas from September 2013 until April 2017. They cost between $15 and $17.

Although there have been no injuries or incidents reported in connection with this recall, consumers are encouraged to take the robes away from children immediately and to contact the company to receive a full refund.

For more information, consumers can reach Kreative Kids at (800) 786-2919.