Thousands of Children’s Pajamas Recalled for Burn Risk

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Thousands of children's pajamas made in China have been recalled because they fail to meet federal flammability standards for children’s sleepwear.

The pajamas made by Star Ride Kids pose a risk of burn injuries to children, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.

The recall includes about 7,000 girls pajama sets made of polyester and sold in sizes 4 through 14.

The pajama sets consist of polar fleece pants with a bow and elastic at the waist and a jersey two-piece long-sleeve shirt with style reference number 5217 or 5250 on a label in the side seam of each shirt, the CPSC says.

The phrase “Star Ride Taking It To The Next Level” is on a label in the waistband of each pair of pants, and the logo “Star Ride” is printed on the inside back of the neck of each shirt.

The pajama sets were sold in children’s boutiques and department stores nationwide from August to November 2013 for between $10 and $13.

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

For more information, visit the Consumer Product Safety Commission website.

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