A popular Bonds onesie for infants has been recalled as it doesn't comply with the fire hazard labelling.
Product Safety Australia issued a recall for the Bonds Poodlette Zip Wondersuit in navy on Monday, as the garments don't carry the fire hazard information label, a potential fire risk to children wearing it.
The onesie is for sizes 00-2, which is 3-6 months and 18-24 months.
Consumers are being told to stop using the garments and return them to the place of purchase, with the recall reading "The product does not comply with the fire hazard labelling requirements of the mandatory standard 'Consumer Goods (Children's Nightwear and Limited Daywear and Paper Patterns for Children's Nightwear) Safety Standard 2017".
Bonds safety recall Photo: www.productsafety.com.au
The Bonds onsie was recalled for fire safety issues Photo: bonds.com.au
The SKU is on the packaging as well as on the care label, style: BZJSA in Navy (IJ2)
What are the defects?
The garments do not carry the fire hazard information label and does not comply with the fire hazard labelling
What are the hazards?
The garments may pose a potential fire risk to the wearer.
What should consumers do?
Consumers should cut off the care labels or return the product to the place of purchase for a full refund or exchange.
Supplier and trader
Hanes Innerwear Australia Pty Ltd via Bonds Retail stores and bonds.com.au
Where the product was sold
Available nationally at Bonds Retail stores and bonds.com.au
Curvy Pty Ltd
The Outlet Shop for Kids
Dates available for sale
1 March 2020 - 26 June 2020
Fire risk ► Hanes Innerwear Australia #recalls Bonds Poodlette Zip Wondersuit (Navy). The product does not comply with the fire hazard labelling requirements of the mandatory standard. May pose a potential fire risk to the wearer.— ACCC Product Safety (@ACCCProdSafety) July 7, 2020
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