Recall: Petit Lem children's pajamas for flammability

Consumer Reports News: December 26, 2011 11:38 AM

The Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued a recall alert for about 1,750 Petit Lem-brand children's pajamas for violating the federal flammability standards. The sleepware, imported by Group Lemur of Montreal, Quebec, pose a risk of burn injury to children.

The pajamas are a Petit Lem-brand, two-piece, cotton shorts and short-sleeved sleepwear set sold in sizes 2 to 12. The pajamas are blue with flowers, white with flowers and dots, yellow with umbrellas, or pink with butterflies and fairies. Petit Lem Lounge is printed at the inside neck of the shirt.

The sleepware was sold at specialty children's stores and websites from January 2009 to November 2009 for about $30.

Children should stop wearing the recalled pajamas immediately and consumers should return them to the retailer where they were purchased or Group Lemur for a refund, exchange or store credit.

For additional information, consumers can contact Group Lemur (toll-free:877 e-mail: info 'at' lemurgroup.com) or visit its website: www.petitlem.com.

Petit Lem Children’s Pajamas Recalled Due to Violation of Federal Flammability Standard [CPSC]

Paul Eng


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