Consumer Product Safety Commission announces recall of 90K children’s nightgowns

This is a photo of a Betsy and Lace nightgown that is being recalled. (Consumer Product Safety Commission)

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WLNE) — Over 90,000 children’s nightgowns were recalled for not meeting federal flammability standards for children’s sleepwear on Thursday.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission announced that 90,550 “Betsy and Lace” nightgowns pose a “risk of burn injuries.”

The recalled nightgowns are made of 100% polyester, are short-sleeved, and have a lace trim collar. They were sold in sizes from small to 3x large in coral, dark blue, gold,  green, light blue, light pink, dark pink, purple, red, turquoise and white. “Betsy and Lace” and the nightgown size are written on the inside neck label.

Consumers should immediately stop using the nightgowns and cut them in half.

According to the CPSC, Betsy and Lace is contacting all known purchasers directly. So far, no injuries have been reported.

The products were sold on the stories online website between March 2018 through Sept. 2022.

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