Name of product:
Gabiano Collection Boys and Girls Pajamas, Sets and Gowns
The pajamas fail to meet the federal flammability standards for children’s sleepwear posing a risk of burn injury to children. The garments were advertised and sold as children’s sleepwear.
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Description and Models
This recall involves all styles of boys and girls 100 percent cotton pajamas, including sets (tops and bottoms), one-piece suits and gowns in a variety of colors and designs in sizes 2 through 14. "Gabiano" is printed on a tag sewn into the center back neckline of the tops and gown and at the center back of the bottoms. This recall includes style numbers GB201, GB204, GB205, GB207, GB208, GB213, GB215, GB220, GB225, GB230, GB245, GB250, GB260, GB275, GB2001, GB2002, GB2011, GB2012, GB2021, GB2022, GB2031, GB2032, GB2041, GB2042, GB3001 and GB3011. The style number is only printed on the sales tag and does not appear on the garments.
Children should stop wearing the recalled sleepwear immediately and consumers should return it for a refund, exchange or store credit.
Children’s clothing and specialty retailers nationwide and online including at The Pajama Princess in Austin, Texas., Anklebiter’s in Roswell, Ga., Cute As A Button in Tarboro, N.C., Bhumbles in Winder, Ga., and www.bhumbles.com, from February 2010 to December 2011 for between about $20 and $50.
Ishtex Textile Products Inc. of Duluth, Ga.
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