Recall on children’s sleepwear

These sleepwear sets are being recalled due to a possible hazard.

Pajama recall. Photo sourced from Consumer Product Safety Commission.

Copper Pearl is recalling these children’s sleepwear sets due to burn hazards.


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Sleepwear recall

Copper Pearl announced a recall of their children’s sleepwear.

According to an article by the Consumer Product Safety Commission, these sleepwear sets do not meet the federal flammability standards, posing a risk of burn injuries.

These were sold in two-piece, long-sleeved sets.

They were offered in sizes 12m, 18m, 2t, 3t, 4t, and 5t.

The sets were sold in the following prints

  • Fawn
  • Polar

There are 1,300 units included in this alert.

These sets were sold in various children’s stores nationwide and online at copperpearl.com.

They were sold from November 2021 through February 2022.

So far there have been no reported incidents linked to this recall.

If you have purchased these sleepwear sets take them away from children.

Customers should contact the company for a refund and destroy the pajamas by cutting them in half then send a photo to the company.

Once the company receives the photo the customers will receive a refund and a 20 % off discount code.

Anyone with questions regarding this alert can call 888-732-7506 to speak to a representative.