The garments fail to meet the flammability standard for childrens sleepwear
November 2, 2017
VIV&LUL of China is recalling about 950 sets of childrens pajamas.
The garments fail to meet the flammability standard for childrens sleepwear, posing a risk of burn injuries.
No incidents or injuries have been reported.
This recall involves two styles of childrens two-piece pajama sets.
The first set is a gray long-sleeve shirt and pant pajama set and is made of 93 percent modal and 7 percent spandex. The shirt has pink trim at the neckline with a pink bow. The text Happy Day V&L is printed in pink and white on the center front of the shirt and has a sewn-in side seam label stating VIV&LUL DL118106.
The second set is a yellow, white and blue plaid print, long-sleeve shirt and pant pajama set and is made of 100 percent cotton. The top has four buttons down the center and a sewn-in side seam label stating VIV&LUL V215770.
Both styles were sold in sizes 110cm (4-5 years), 120cm (6-7 years), 130cm (8-9 years), 140cm (10-11 years), 150cm (12-13 years) and 160cm (14-15 years).
The pajama sets, manufactured in China, were sold at Amazon.com from January 2017, through October 2017, for between $11 and $17.
What to do
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled sleepwear, take it away from children and contact VIV&LUL for a full refund. The firm is contacting purchasers directly.
Consumers may contact VIV&LUL by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or online at www.vivlul.com for more information.