Children’s pajamas are being recalled by Smooth Industries due to a violation of federal flammability standard, the Consumer Product Safety Commission reports.
They say the pajamas pose a risk of burning children. About 7,600 units including one- and two-piece Smooth Industries pajama sets are being recalled.
Smooth Industries says kids should stop wearing the pajamas immediately.
The pajamas are made of 100 percent polyester and were sold in four styles named in the recall including “Ride Smooth,” “Honda,” “MX Superstars” and “MotoX” themed pajamas (see photos above).
The racing-themed pajamas have large motocross-related graphics and were sold in red, white and black; orange, white and black; and red, blue and black. One-piece pajama sets were sold in sizes: 6 to 12 months, 12 to 18 months and 18 to 24 months. Two-piece sets were sold in sizes XS to Youth XL. “Smooth Ind.” and “smoothindustries.com” is printed on the garment’s neck label.
They were sold at Smooth Industries motorcycle and motocross stores nationwide and online at smoothindustries.com and other motocross websites from October 2012 through January 2015 for between $30 and $35.
No injuries have been reported.
Consumers can return them to Smooth Industries for credit towards another Smooth Industries product.
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