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K-Apparel Recalls Children’s Lounge Pants Due to Violation of Federal Flammability Standard; Burn Hazard (Recall Alert)

  • Recalled TINFL lounge pants
Name of Product:
Children’s Lounge Pants

The children’s lounge pants fail to meet the flammability standard for children’s sleepwear that requires sleepwear to be either snug-fitting or flame resistant, posing a risk of burn injuries to children.

Recall Date:
January 30, 2020
About 2,200
Consumer Contact

K-Apparel at 800-201-8734 from 1:30 to 11:30 p.m. ET Sunday through Thursday, email at with “Product Recall” in the subject line for more information.

Recall Details


This recall includes children’s 100% cotton lounge pants.  The lounge pants were sold in 18 prints.  The lounge pants were available in children’s sizes small through extra-large.  The loungewear pants have the brand name “TINFL” and one of the following lot numbers printed onto an inside side seam label: 58500-51, 58500-52, 58500-53, 58500-54, 58500-55, 58500-56, 58500-57, 58500-59, 58500-60, 58500-61, 58500-62, 58500-63, 58500-65, 58500-66, 58500-67, 58500-69, 58500-70, and 58500-71.


Consumers should immediately take the recalled lounge pants away from children and contact K-Apparel for a full refund.  K-Apparel is contacting all known purchasers.


None reported.

Sold At

Online at from October 2018 through September 2019 for about $18.

Manufactured In:
South Korea

K-Apparel, of Buena Park, Calif.  

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