Dunnes Stores recalls children's pyjamas over suffocation risk 1 month ago

Dunnes Stores recalls children's pyjamas over suffocation risk

There are nearly 6,000 affected products in the Republic of Ireland.

Dunnes Stores is carrying out a recall of various children's pyjama products due to the risk of suffocation.

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A Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) statement says that the recall applies to Digger, Dino, Mermaid and Unicorn short-sleeved pyjama sets for young children aged between six months and four years.

The recall has been issued due to a risk of cuts and suffocation with the products.

"A fusible layer inserted and applied to the back of the pyjama top may pose a safety risk if not secure on the garments," the CCPC notes.

The style numbers for the affected products are listed below:

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  • Style no. 6818137 (Digger short-sleeved pyjama set (6 months – 4 years))
  • Style no. 6818138 (Dino short-sleeved pyjama set (6 months – 4 years))
  • Style no. 6819375 (Mermaid short-sleeved pyjama set (6 months – 4 years))
  • Style no. 6819376 (Unicorn short-sleeved pyjama set (6 months – 4 years))

The CCPC say there are approximately 5,941 affected products in the Republic of Ireland.

Customers who purchased the pyjamas are urged to stop using them immediately and instead return them to Dunnes Stores for a full refund.

If customers have any further queries in relation to this recall, they can email Dunnes Stores at customerservice@dunnesstores.com.

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