Children's sleepwear recalled over flammability requirements
- December 30, 2008 11:42 AM
- By Peter Hadzipetros
Health Canada is recalling children's pyjamas sold under the name Blü Children's Sleepwear because they do not meet flammability requirements.
The recall involves various colours and styles of 100 per cent cotton children's sleepwear, including:
· Red and gold check pattern, BF8-714P.
· Fushia check pattern, BF8-714.
· Fushia flower pattern, BF8-717.
All pyjamas are also identified by CA 36475. Pyjamas that have been modified to include tight cuffs are not included in this recall.
Thirty-nine of the recalled pyjamas were sold at Blü retail stores in Quebec until November 2008.
Consumers are advised not to let children wear the clothes. For more information, contact Blü by telephone at 1-514-762-1111.
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