Children’s Nightgowns Recalled for Being Too Flammable

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has recently recalled two brands of children’s nightgowns and one brand of boys’ bathrobes for violating federal safety standards. The children’s sleepwear was available for purchase exclusively on

The nightgowns were found to “fail to meet the federal flammability standards for children’s sleepwear, posing a risk of burn injuries to children.” They were manufactured by Booph, a company in Shenzhen, China. The recall involves 10 styles of Booph’s 100% cotton children’s nightgowns. Specifically, the units recalled were nightgowns sold in the following sizes: 2-3T, 3-4T, 5 Years, 6-7 Years, and 9-10 Years. They are short or long-sleeved nightgowns that have fruit prints and were sold in white, blue, purple, and two shades of pink colors.

Customers who purchased these children’s nightgowns should immediately stop using them and contact Booph for instructions on returning the garments with free shipping to receive a full refund. The garments were sold between March 2021 through June 2021 for anywhere between $9 and $16. No incidents are yet reported for this product.

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