You are here

18,800 Pajama Sets Recalled

December 9, 2005
J & F Design Inc. has recalled 18,800 sets of girl's sleepwear. The pajamas fail to meet the federal mandatory standard of sleepwear under the Flammable Fabrics Act, and therefore pose a risk of burn injuries. Available in sizes extra small through extra large, the pajamas were made of a polyester-cotton blend and were sold in four colors: green, fuchsia, light blue, and light pink. The tops have a decal of one or more monkeys on the front, and the bottoms have a monkey print. A label on the inside reads "Bobby by BobbyJack." The pajamas were sold at J.C. Penney stores nationwide for about $15.

For a full refund, return the pajamas to any J.C. Penney store. For more information, call J & F Design at (800) 305-0510 between 8:30 A.M. and 5 P.M. PT Monday through Friday or visit www.bobbyjackbrand.com Miss an alert?
Check our Recall Archive of recalls from 2005.

comments