The girls pyjama sets do not meet the federal flammability standards

The girl's pyjama sets do not meet the federal flammability standards

Around 800 girl's pyjama sets, which were made in China, have been recalled by LL Bean because they fail to meet federal flammability standards, posing a risk of burn injuries. 

The sets were available in girl's sizes small through to extra large and little girl's sizes small to large at LL Bean stores in the US between June and September 2013 for US$30.   

The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) stressed that no injuries have been reported.

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L.L. Bean Girl’s Pajamas Recalled Due to Violation of Federal Flammability Standard

Recall Details


About 800


The recall includes Girl’s or Little Girl’s jersey knit aurora purple pajama sets sold by L.L. Bean. The sets have a solid purple top with long sleeves and purple pants with a pattern and a solid purple waistband. The pajamas were sold in girls sizes small (size 8) through extra large (size 18) and little girls sizes small (size 4) through large (6X/7). The pajamas product ID numbers included in the recall are 284889 and 284890 printed on the second side seam label under the care label. GPU#6 is also printed on the garment label located on the inside left seam near the bottom of the pajama top. L.L. Bean is printed inside the back of the neck of the garment.


None reported.


Consumers should immediately take the recalled pajama sets away from children and contact L.L. Bean to receive a free replacement, a full refund or store gift certificate.

Sold at

L.L. Bean retail stores nationwide from June 2013 through September 2013 for about $30.   


L.L. Bean Inc., of Freeport, Maine  

Manufactured in


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