Children’s Bathrobes Recalled Due to Burn Hazard and Violation of Flammability Regulations; Sold by Nanchang Zhongcangjishi E-commerce
A product recall has been issued for the Lolanta children’s hooded flannel bathrobes due to a burn hazard and violation of flammability regulations. The bathrobes were sold by Nanchang Zhongcangjishi E-commerce Co. Ltd, of China. The recall was announced on February 8, 2024.
Recalled Product Name/Brand/ID
The recalled product is the Lolanta children’s hooded flannel bathrobes.
Recall Product Images
Recalled Lolanta Children’s Flannel Bathrobes – dinosaur and shark styles
Potential Risks or Issues
The recalled children’s bathrobes violate federal flammability regulations for children’s sleepwear, posing a risk of burn injuries to children.
Has Anyone Been Injured?
There have been no reported injuries associated with the recalled bathrobes.
About the Recall
This recall involves two styles of 100% polyester hooded children’s bathrobes; the dinosaur style in green, rose red, and orange, and the shark style in blue, pink, yellow, and gray. The bathrobes have attached belts and patch pockets. The size, manufacturer information, and care instructions are printed on sewn-in labels inside the left inseam of the robes. They were sold in sizes 2-3 years, 3-5 years, and 6-8 years.
Where to Find Unique Identification of this Product
The unique identification of the recalled product can be found on the sewn-in labels inside the left inseam of the bathrobes.
How Many Units Are Affected?
Approximately 16,900 units of the recalled bathrobes were sold in the United States. Additionally, about 5,600 units were sold in Canada.
Affected Batch/Date Range
The recall includes Lolanta children’s hooded flannel bathrobes sold from January 2021 through October 2023.
Who is the Distributor(s)?
The distributor of the recalled bathrobes is Nanchang Zhongcangjishi E-commerce Co. Ltd, of China.
Places Where Recalled Product was Sold
The recalled bathrobes were sold online at lolanta.com and Amazon.com from January 2021 through October 2023.
Where was This Manufactured?
The recalled bathrobes were manufactured in China.
Actions for Consumers
Consumers who have purchased the recalled bathrobes should immediately take them away from children and stop using them. They should contact Nanchang Zhongcangjishi E-commerce for a full refund. To ensure the bathrobes are no longer used, consumers are advised to destroy the garments by cutting them in half and email a photo of the destroyed garment to firstname.lastname@example.org. Upon receipt of the photo, consumers will be issued a full refund of the purchase price.
The remedy process for the recalled bathrobes is a full refund.
For more information about the recall, consumers can contact Nanchang Zhongcangjishi E-commerce by email at email@example.com or visit the recall page on their website: https://lolanta.com/pages/recall. Consumers can also visit the product recalls section on the official Lolanta website: https://lolanta.com/.
The recalled bathrobes violate federal flammability regulations for children’s sleepwear.
How Can I Protect Myself From Falling Victim?
- Check if you have purchased the recalled bathrobes.
- If you have purchased the recalled bathrobes, take them away from children and stop using them immediately.
- Contact Nanchang Zhongcangjishi E-commerce for a full refund.
- Destroy the bathrobes by cutting them in half and email a photo of the destroyed garment to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Upon receipt of the photo, you will be issued a full refund of the purchase price.
It is important to prioritize the safety of children, especially when it comes to products they use daily. The recall of the Lolanta children’s hooded flannel bathrobes highlights the need for manufacturers and distributors to adhere to flammability regulations to prevent potential burn injuries. Consumers should take immediate action if they have purchased the recalled bathrobes and follow the provided remedy process to ensure their safety.