by Nate Wooley | January 18, 2013 1:12 pm
 Target (NYSE:TGT) is recalling a series of children’s sleepwear over safety issues.
The sleepers, Target’s Circo and Xhiliration brands, don’t meet federal fire safety guidelines, KSAT reports. The Consumer Product Safety Commission announced the voluntary recall in a release Monday. In all, more than 600,000 pieces of clothing are included. There are no reported incidents related to the products.
Parents wishing to return the items should go to any Target for a refund. The one-piece pajamas with feet, made from cotton or cotton and fleece, were for girls and had the Circo brand. They came in purple owl, pink leopard and blue-swirl print.
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