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Joules kids' pajamas, robes recalled for flammability hazard

At least 44 varieties of pajamas and robes are on the recall list.
Credit: Joules USA

About 12,000 children's pajamas and robes are under recall because they do not meet federal flammability standards.

The clothing from Joules USA comes in at least 44 styles and colors. Joules is printed on the sewn-in neck label. 

To find out if your child has one of these, visit the Consumer Product Safety Commission website here and click through the gallery of recalled items. Each photo description has the garment's item number. (When you click on an image, scroll back to the top of the screen to see a larger image with the item number). You can then find that number printed on the wash care label of the garment.

There have been no injuries or incidents reported, but CPSC says consumers should immediately stop using the recalled clothes, take them away from children and contact Joules USA for a full refund.

Joules USA can be contacted at 800-583-9559 from 3 a.m. to 1 p.m. ET Monday through Friday or by email at product.recall@joules.com with “Recall” as the email subject.

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