Sleepwear brand P.J. Salvage is recalling thousands of children’s pajamas that failed to meet the federal flammability standards for children’s sleepwear, posing a risk of burn injuries to children, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).
This recall involves children’s two-piece long-sleeve shirt and pant pajama sets made of 65 percent polyester and 35 percent rayon. The pajama sets were sold in sizes x-small, small, medium, large and x-large in an olive camo print, black tie-dye, and light blue and charcoal stripes.
About 2,650 units have been recalled as of Jan. 5. No incidents or injuries have been reported thus far, the CPSC said.
Consumers should immediately take the recalled pajamas away from children, stop using them and contact P.J. Salvage for instructions on how to receive a pre-paid mailer and return the pajamas for a full refund. Consumers who purchased the pajamas directly from P.J. Salvage will be contacted via email or postage mail.
The made-in-China pajamas were sold online on the sleepwear brand’s website, Amazon and Zappos, as well as in various children’s stores nationwide from December 2021 through December 2022 for about $56.
Children’s pajamas have continued to pose safety risks in recent months.
In November last year, the Carter’s recalled thousands of footed fleece pajamas due to puncture and laceration hazards. And a month earlier, children’s sleepwear sold at JCPenny and Amazon was recalled for violating federal flammability standards and posing burn hazards. The safety watchdog recalled children’s clothing from three different makers, stating the apparel risked catching fire, in May last year.
P.J. Salvage did not immediately respond to Sourcing Journal’s request for comment.