Children's Robes Fail To Meet Federal Flammability Standard

Children’s Robes Fail To Meet Federal Flammability Standard

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Maker Of Fifth Avenue Children’s Robes Fails To Meet The Federal Flammability Standards For Children’s Sleepwear, Posing A Risk Of Burn Injuries To Children
Recall Details

The recall involves Star Art in Linen-branded children’s 100% polyester robes. The robes were sold in six children’s sizes 2, 3-4, 5-6, 6-7, 7-8, and 10-12 in the following seven colors: black, navy, blue plaid, red plaid, red, royal blue, and gray.  The long-sleeved robes have two front pockets and two side seam belt loops with a matching belt. “Made in China” and “100% Polyester” are printed on a sewn-in label in the robes seam.

Remedy

Consumers should immediately take the recalled children’s robes away from children and contact Mark of Fifth Avenue. Consumers can receive a full refund of the purchase price of the garment by cutting the robes in half, taking a photo of the cut garment, and sending an e-mail to [email protected].com with the photos. All known purchasers will be contacted.

Incidents/Injuries

None reported.

Sold At 

Online at www.Amazon.com and www.Walmart.com from August 2019 through June 2021 for between $35 and $45.

Manufacturer

Mark of Fifth Avenue, Harriman, N.Y.

Source: United States Consumer Product Safety Commission, cpsc.gov/recalls.

Kehoe Law Firm, P.C.