RECALL: Children’s pajamas recalled for risk of burn injury

Five different styles of Ragdoll & Rockets children's pajamas have been recalled for failing to meet flammability standards. (Source: United States Consumer Product Safety Commission)
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BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB/Gray News) – The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission is announcing a recall for children’s pajamas for failing to meet federal flammability standards.

The pajamas, made by Ragdoll & Rockets, were recalled Tuesday, Sept. 10. About 14,000 pairs were sold at clothing stores throughout the country, and online at between May of 2018 and May of 2019 for $16 to $28.

The recall involves five different styles of the 100% micro-polyester fleece pajamas. They include a one-piece, hooded and footed children’s onesie, pants with a drawstring, shorts, long-sleeved crew top, and a baby onesie. The pajamas were sold in 16 different prints.

Click here for exact details on which pajamas have been recalled.

Those who bought the pajamas should not allow children to wear them and call Ragdoll & Rockets at 888-669-9313 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. Consumers can also email

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