Thousands of pairs of kids’ pajamas recall

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(PIX11) — Thousands of pairs of children’s pajamas are being recalled because they are not as flame-resistant as they should be, authorities said.

Some 7,600 pairs of pajamas — one- and two-piece sets — made by Smooth Industries failed to meet federal flammability standards meant for children’s sleepwear, putting kids at risk of suffering burns should they encounter a fire, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said.

No injuries related to this recall have been reported, the company said.

The pajamas, covered in motorcycles and motocross images, were sold from October 2012 and January 2015 nationwide at Smooth Industries stores and online at the company’s website and other motocross websites. They were priced from $30 to $35 and came in red, white and black; orange, white and black; and red blue and black.

One-piece pajama sets were sold in sizes 6 to 12 months, 12 to 18 months and 18 to 24 months, according to CPSC. Two-piece sets were sold in sizes XS to youth XL.

The words “Smooth Ind.” and “” are printed on the pajamas’ neck label.

Questions can be directed to Smooth Industries at 1-844-216-2076, or online at

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