Target recalls kids’ pyjamas over fire risk

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The pyjamas were sold between January 5 and March 8, 2023. Picture: NCA NewsWire/Flavio Brancaleone.
Pyjamas sold at Target have been recalled. Picture: NCA NewsWire/Flavio Brancaleone.

Multiple sets of kids’ pyjamas sold at Target have been recalled after they were found to pose a potential fire risk to children.

The three sets of long-sleeved pyjamas were sold at Target stores nationally and online between January 5 and March 8, 2023.

The sets affected are the bambi cream set of cream top and pink pants, the bunny pink set with pink top and pants, and the heart cream set with cream top and pink pants.

“The garments do not comply with the sizing requirements of the mandatory safety standard for nightwear for children,” the ACCC said on Tuesday.

“Due to the loose fit of the garments, they may pose a fire risk to the wearer if exposed to a heat or flame source.”

Consumers are urged to immediately stop using the product and return it a Target store for a full refund.

The identifying numbers of the garments affected are 67137114, 67137121, 67137138, 67137145, 67137152, 67137169, 67137176, 67258475, 67258482, 67258499, 67258505, 67258512, 67258529, 67258536, 67265657, 67265664, 67265671, 67265688, 67265695, 67265701 and 67265718.

Fore more information consumers can contact the Target Customer Support Centre on 1300 753 567.