Target Recalls 600,000 Circo, Xhiliration Kid Pajamas

by Nate Wooley | January 18, 2013 1:12 pm

Target (NYSE:TGT)[1] Target (NYSE:TGT[2]) 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[3]. The Consumer Product Safety Commission announced the voluntary recall in a release Monday[4]. 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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