CPSC Recalls Over 13,000 Kid's Robes Sold on Amazon

Learn why the recall has been issued, how to know if you have an affected item and what to do next.
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By Wyndi Kappes, Assistant Editor
Published February 6, 2023
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In today’s busy parenting world, Amazon has become a go-to for everything from diapers to dresses. But recently, four brand under the retail giant have made headlines after issuing a recall of over 13,000 kid’s robes. Here’s what you need to know.

What kid’s robes are being recalled and why?

The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has recalled four separate brands of children’s robes, all sold exclusively by Amazon. Five thousand of the recalled robes were imported by ChildLikeMe, 3,000 by SGMWVB Brand, another 2,000 by BTPEIHD and 350 from Betusline Official Apparel.

In all four notices, the CPSC writes that the “recalled children’s robes fail to meet the federal flammability standards for children’s sleepwear, posing a risk of burn injuries to children.” While no incidents have been reported yet, the commission maintains that parents should immediately stop using the robes.

How do I know if my product is affected by the recall?

The affected products include:

  • ChildLikeMe recall: The affected robes were sold in sizes 5 through 12 years in various colors and patterns from June 2021 to August 2022, for between $11 and $17.
  • SGMWVB Brand recall: The affected robes were sold in sizes 2T through 10 years in various colors and patterns. The robes were sold from January 2022 through June 2022 for between $14 and $17.
  • BTPEIHD recall: Affected robes were sold in sizes 3T through 14 Years in various colors and patterns from August 2020 through June 2022 for between $16 and $25.
  • Betusline Official Apparel recall: Affected robes were sold in strawberry print in sizes 12 months to 18 months from January 2022 through April 2022 for between $22 and $28.

What should I do if my product is recalled?

The CPSC advises parents to stop using and throw away affected products immediately. All four brands will be offering refunds to consumers and will reach out to those with affected products via Amazon. You can see how to submit a request for a refund from each brand by following the instructions in each of the CPSC recall notices above.

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