Pajamas recalled due to flammability risk

Children's pajamas do not meet federal flammability standards


Parents need to be on the lookout for some cute, cuddly bunny-themed, footy pajamas.

The Children's Place has recalled some of its children's sleep wear because they do not meet federal flammability standards, posing a burn danger to children.

Three different styles of this product recalled:

  • A footed pajama in pink with dark pink bunnies and a ruffle at the neck is the first style.
  • A footed pajama in blue. There are bunnies all over the fabric. The feet attached to the garment has bunnies wearing glasses.
  • A footed pajama in green with bunnies and chicks printed on the fabric.

  • Product details/check the codes

    These products were sold for age groups ranging from 9-to-12-month-olds all the way to 3-year-olds. The label of the clothing should have the number
    2158 on it.

    The first style (pink with dark pink bunnies) will also have one of the code numbers listed here: 042521, 042523, 042571, 042572, 042774 or 042816.

    The second and third styles (blue and green) will have this number - 2598 - on it as well as one or more of the following numbers on it: 030647, 030779, 038826, 670409, 670602, 670603 or 945210.

    The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission website states consumers should immediately take the recalled pajamas away from children and return them to any The Children's Place store for a full refund.

    For help, contact The Children's Place toll-free at 877-752-2387 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Customers were also directed to visit childrensplace.com and click on recall information at the bottom of the page.