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Children’s robe recall due to flammability

These children’s robes are being recalled.

Children's robe recall. Photo's sourced from Consumer Product Safety Commission.

Linum Home Textiles has issued a recall for children’s robes due to violation of federal flammability standards.


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Children’s robes recall

As stated in an article by the Consumer Product Safety Commission, Linum Home Textiles is recalling their children’s robes.

This is because they do not meet the flammability standards.

It can cause a burn risk to children wearing the robes.

The robes are 100% cotton, long-sleeved, and have hoods.

They were sold in large, medium, and small sizes.

The robes came in the following colors

  • Purple
  • White
  • Gray
  • Pink
  • Navy

There are about 44,600 robes affected by this recall.

The robes were sold online at the following websites

  • TorreyCommerece.com
  • Amazon.com
  • Kohls.com
  • Linumtowels.com
  • Zulily.com
  • QVC.com
  • Houzz.com
  • Groupon.com
  • Bedbathandbeyond.com
  • Overstock.com
  • JCPenney.com
  • Wayfair.com
  • Boscovs.com

They were sold from July 2017 through April 2022.

As of right now, there are no reported injuries linked to this recall.

If you have one of these bathrobes take them away from children.

You can contact Linum Home Textiles for a pre-paid mailer to return the product.

You will receive a full refund.

Anyone with questions regarding this recall can call 855-933-0300 between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. to speak to a representative.

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