L.L. Bean recalls girl's pajama sets due to burn risk
L.L. Bean is recalling about 800 girl's pajama sets because they failed to meet the federal flammability standard for children's sleepwear.
Regulators say they pose a burn risk in case of a fire. So far, there have been no actual incidents reported.
The recall includes Girl's or Little Girl's jersey knit aurora purple pajama sets. The sets have a solid purple top with long sleeves and purple pants with a pattern and a solid purple waistband.
They were sold from June through Sept. at L.L. Bean retail stores nationwide.
Consumers are urged to immediately take the recalled pajama sets away from children and contact L.L. Bean to receive a free replacement, a full refund, or a store gift certificate.
For detailed information from the Consumer Product Safety Commission on the recall, click here.
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