Children’s robes recalled for flammability concerns

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Children’s clothing company Little Giraffe issued a recall of its Luxe Satin children’s robes due to the potential risk of burn injuries to children.

It was discovered that the robes do not meet federal flammability standards for children’s sleepwear.

Little Giraffe says that anyone who has purchased the robes should immediately take them away from children and contact the company for a full refund.

The robes were made with 43 percent acetate with 57 percent rayon, satin outer shell and a 100 percent polyester microfiber inside, according to Little Giraffe.

“Not intended for sleepwear” is printed on the robes’ inside seam label, but the recall was issued after the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission decided to “qualify them for stringent sleepwear flammability testing, and they [didn’t] pass,” according to the company.

There have been no reports of any children suffering injuries because of the robes.

Customers with any concerns should call Little Giraffe at 866-201-6613.

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