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Woolino Recalls Children’s Pajamas Due to Violation of Federal Flammability Standard

  • Recalled Woolino pajama - Gray
  • Recalled Woolino pajama - Lilac
  • Recalled Woolino pajama - Gray
Name of Product:
Children’s pajamas
Hazard:

The children’s pajama sets fail to meet flammability standards for children’s sleepwear, posing a risk of burn injuries to children.

Remedy:
Refund
Recall Date:
November 21, 2017
Units:
About 4,100
Consumer Contact

Woolino toll-free at 844-882-8080 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, email at contact@woolino.com or online at www.woolino.com and click on “Product Recall” at the bottom of the page for more information.

Recall Details

Description:

This recall involves children’s 100 percent merino wool one-piece, long-sleeve, footed pajamas. They have a blue, gray, lilac or lilac gray horizontal stripe print and a zipper that extends from the center of the neckline down to the left ankle. The sleepwear was sold in sizes 6-12 months, 12-18 months, 18-24 months and 2T. Woolino and the size are printed on the back of the neckline. 

Remedy:

Consumers should immediately take the recalled sleepwear away from children and contact Woolino for a full refund.

Incidents/Injuries:

None Reported

Sold At

Clothes Pony and Caro Bambino stores nationwide and online at Amazon.com, Zulily.com and Woolino.com from May 2015 through November 2017 for between $50 and $60.

Manufactured In:
China
Importer(s):

Jojo Group LLC, of Rocky River, Ohio

Distributor(s):

Woolino, of Westlake, Ohio

Recall number:
18-042
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