RECALL GOUMI CHILDREN’S ROBES FIRE DANGER 760 Sold
This recall involves Goumi kids’ children’s robes. They are being recalled as they are in violation of the U.S. Standards for the Flammability of Children’s Sleepwear. Failure to meet this Standard poses a risk of burn injuries to children.
The robes are made of 100% organic cotton, and have two functional front pockets and an attached belt. The robes were gifted in children’s sizes 0-6 months through size 5/6T and in the following colors: natural + alabaster.. The sewn-in neck label displays the brand goumikids, and the robe’s size. The inside tag says the material content, washing instructions, and “Made in China, designed in Portland, OR.” No incidents or injuries have been reported.
These were distributed by Goumi Inc. via direct mailing to specific consumers in Jan 2023 as a complimentary gift for the loyalty program.
You should immediately take the recalled robes away from children, stop using them and contact Goumi Inc. for store credit. You will be contacted via email if you were gifted the robes directly from Goumi Inc. You must cut the robes in half and send photo proof of the destroyed robes and a sewn-in label to receive store credit via email at email@example.com. Please include the order number in the email to ensure you receive a store credit. Upon receipt of the image, you will be issued instructions on how to receive a $48 store credit toward a replacement product. Gourmi is directly contacting known consumers directly.
The Federal Flammability Standards, also known as the Flammable Fabrics Act (FFA), is a law in the United States that requires clothing and textiles to meet specific flammability standards. To determine if clothing meets these standards, you can look for a label or tag that indicates compliance with the FFA.
The label or tag should state that the clothing meets the flammability requirements of the FFA or list the specific FFA regulation that the clothing complies with, such as 16 CFR Part 1610. This label or tag is usually found on the inside of the garment, near the neck or waistline.
If you cannot find a label or tag indicating compliance with the FFA, you may want to contact the manufacturer or retailer of the clothing for more information. Additionally, you can check the Consumer Product Safety Commission’s (CPSC) website to see if the clothing has been recalled for non-compliance with flammability standards.