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Allura Recalls Children's Pajamas Due To Risk Of Fire Injuries

Allura has announced a voluntary recall of about 64,000 children's pajamas due to violation of federal flammability standard.

The company said the children's pajamas fail to meet the flammability standard for children's sleepwear, posing a risk of burn injuries to children. The recalled pajamas involves two styles of children's sleepwear garments. The first garment is a 100% polyester fleece pajama pant with the brand name "Sweet N Sassy" on the waist label and hang tag. The second garment is a 95% polyester and 5% spandex onesie with long-sleeves, a hood and front zipper with the brand name "Delia's Girl" at the neck label and hang tag.

No injuries have been reported, however, the company has asked consumer to immediately stop using the recalled sleepwear and take it store for a full refund.

The recalled products were sold at America's Kids, Boscov's, Kids For Less and other stores nationwide and online at Amazon.com, CookiesKids.com, CrazyforBargains.com, Sophiasstyle.com and other websites from September 2017 to April 2018 for between $8 and $13.

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