H&M Recalls Children’s Pajamas Over Flammability Concerns
The H&M retail chain has issued a recall on a style of kids’ pajamas which may pose a risk of burn injuries to children. Katie Johnston reports.
Kids Pajamas from H&M Recalled Over ‘Risk of Burn Injuries' From Flammability potential
H&M has announced a recall on two pajama sets, product codes, 0494860 and 0537645. The company has announced they will refund the pajama set completely and also provide each customer who purchased a set of either pajamas a $20 gift card as well.
Both products that are included in the recall are over the pajama sets top’ portions failing to meet the flammability standard for children’s sleepwear. The recall notice was posted to the US Consumer Product Safety Commission’s website on July 25 and affects 9,000 pajama sets.
Consumers are urged to return the product to H&M for a full refund plus the $20 gift card that is being offered to consumers.