|September 10, 2001
CPSC, SBH Restructuring Corp. (formally Storybook Heirlooms) Recall Children's Pajamas
PRODUCT: Children's Pajamas - SBH Restructuring Corporation of Foster City, Calif., the former owner of the Storybook Heirlooms children's apparel business, is voluntarily recalling about 13,900 girls' pajama sets. The pajamas were sold as two-piece pajama sets in sizes XS-XL and made of 100% cotton. Style numbers are located on the label attached to the neck or waistband of the garment. Styles included in the recall are Valentine Cuddlies (200) style no. 26789, Thermal Loungewear style no. 26441 and Valentine Cuddlies (2001) style no. 27338. Storybook Heirlooms catalog and www.StorybookHeirlooms.com sold these garments from December 1999 through March 2001 for between $8 and $34.
PROBLEM: These pajamas fail to meet the Federal Standards for the Flammability of Children's Sleepwear and as a result these pajamas pose a risk of injury to children due to the possible ignition of the garment.
INCIDENTS/INJURIES: None reported.
WHAT TO DO: Consumers should immediately stop their children from wearing these pajamas and return them to SBH Restructuring Corporation, 348 Poplar Street, Hanover, PA 17331, Attention: Storybook Recall, for a refund of the purchase price and original shipping costs. Purchase price will be refunded on children's sizes only. Adult-sized products returned to SBH Restructuring will be discarded and no refund will be made. For additional information, contact SBH Restructuring Corporation at (877) 368-3682 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday. SBH Restructuring Corporation sent notices to all known purchasers. SBH Restructuring Corporation recently sold the assets of the Storybook Heirlooms business to CelebrateExpress.com Inc. The products subject to this voluntary recall were all sold prior to the sale of the business, and CelebrateExpress.com Inc. in no way participated in the sale of these products. Questions regarding this recall should be referred to the telephone number above.
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