Burn Hazard Leads Klever Kids to Recall Pima Children’s Sleepwear

Posted on August 20, 2013

The Washington, D.C.-based Klever Kids has announced the recall of Pima cotton nightgowns and pajamas for children due to the items’ inability to meet federal requirements.  7,000 of these products are composed of materials that could be susceptible to a fire if the clothing comes into contact with an open flame.  Although no injuries have come to the fore at this time, the company is asking that children not be placed in this clothing.  Instead, the clothes can be brought to where they were purchased, at which point a refund will be given.  The clothing was available across the country between last September and this past May.

For more about the recall, click here.

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