Wohali Outdoors is recalling about 26,800 pajama sets because the sets fail to meet flammability standards for children’s sleepwear, posing a risk of burn injuries to children. The recall involves children’s 100 percent polyester, three–piece pajama sets that include a printed long–sleeve shirt, pants and a coordinating solid color robe. Affected units were sold at Bass Pro Shops stores, catalog and online at basspro.com between October 2016 and August 2017 for about $25. Consumers should immediately take the recalled pajama sets away from children and contact Wohali for instructions on receiving a pre–paid shipping label to return the pajama sets in exchange for a full refund in the form of a Bass Pro gift card.
Squatty Potty is recalling about 2,400 step stools because the top removable step (hat) on the step stool can detach while a child is standing on it, posing injury and fall hazards. The recall involves the SquattyPottymus children’s toilet step stools used to assist a child in reaching a toilet seat. Affected units were sold at squattypotty.com and amazon.com between September 2017 and November 2017 for about $50. Consumers should immediately stop using the children’s toilet step stools until they remove the hat. Consumers should contact Squatty Potty for instructions on returning the hat portion of the stool, free of cost, for a $10 refund.
Dream On Me is recalling about 23,400 crib and toddler mattresses because the mattresses fail to meet the mandatory federal flammability standard for mattresses, posing a fire hazard. The recall involves Dream On Me spring and foam mattresses for cribs and toddler beds sold in a variety of colors and prints. Affected units were sold at amazon.com, kohls.com, toysrus.com, walmart.com and wayfair.com between January 2016 and December 2016 for between $40 and $90. Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled mattresses and contact Dream On Me to receive a free mattress cover to bring the mattress into compliance.
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