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January 9, 2004
Sweaters with Feather Trim Recalled by Susan Bristol Inc.
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Susan Bristol Inc., of Boston, Mass., is voluntarily recalling about 1,100 Christmas Sweaters with Feather Trim. The marabou feather trim on the sweaters is dangerously flammable.
November 19, 2002
Men's Sweatshirts Recalled by Target Corp.
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Target Corp., of Minneapolis, Minn., is voluntarily recalling about 6,000 men's hooded, zip-up sweatshirts. Trends Clothing Corp., of Miami, Fla., manufactured the sweatshirts. The fleece fabric on the inside of these sweatshirts fails to meet federal mandatory standards of fabric flammability because it can ignite readily if exposed to flame, and therefore presents a serious risk of burn injuries in violation of the Federal Flammable Fabrics Act.
November 6, 2000
Five-Y Clothing Fleece Sweatshirts Recall
June 5, 2000
Sweatshirts & Infant Cargo Skirts Recalled by Jordache Ltd. & AMC
February 3, 2000
Toy Chests, Ladies' Robes, Men's Sweatshirts & Vanguard Engines & Fuel Filters
May 17, 1999
Bikes and Scarves Recall
Two product safety recalls were conducted by firms in cooperation with the CPSC. Dynacraft Industries Inc., of San Rafael, Calif., is recalling about 500 mountain bikes for repair. The front wheel could fall off while the bike is being ridden because the quick release mechanism may be difficult to tighten sufficiently. Tie Rack Inc. (Tie Rack) and Tie Rack Stores Inc. (Knot Shop) of Ontario, Canada are voluntarily recalling about 1,170 sheer silk scarves. The scarves, which fail to meet federal mandatory standards for fabric flammability, could ignite readily and present a serious risk of burn injuries.
January 5, 1998
Fleece Garments Recalled by Hardwick Knitted Fabrics
In cooperation with the U.S. ConsumerProduct Safety Commission (CPSC), Hardwick Knitted FabricsInc. of West Warren, Mass., announces the recall of anestimated 16,800 fleece garments. Most of the garments arechildren's vests and pants; infant shirts; men's shirts; andladies' tops, top and pants sets, and robes. These garments,which fail to meet federal mandatory standards for fabricflammability, could ignite readily and present a seriousrisk of burn injuries in violation of the Federal FlammableFabrics Act. Fabrics that do not comply with the standardtypically burn faster than newspaper.
December 8, 1997
Reverse Fleece Women's Jackets Recalled by Guess?
In cooperation with the U.S. ConsumerProduct Safety Commision (CPSC), Guess? Inc. of Los Angeles,Calif., is recalling about 2,300 Guess Jeans Women'sJackets. The reverse fleece jackets failed the federalmandatory standards for fabric flammability. These jacketscould ignite easily and present a serious risk of burninjuries in violation of the federal Flammable Fabrics Act.Fabrics that do not comply with the standard typically burnfaster than newspaper.
June 26, 1997
Garments Recalled by Charles Komar & Sons
In cooperation with the U.S. ConsumerProduct Safety Commission (CPSC), Charles Komar & Sons Inc.of New York, N.Y., is recalling about 6,800 fleece robesand lounge sets for women. The fabric, which fails to meetfederal mandatory standards for fabric flammability, couldignite readily and presents a serious risk of burn injuriesin violation of the federal Flammable Fabrics Act. Fabricsthat do not comply with the standard typically burn fasterthan newspaper.
June 9, 1997
Cycling Shoes Recall by Cannondale
May 14, 1997
Garments Recalled by Levi Strauss
March 24, 1997
"Utility" Brand Sweat Shirts Recall by Target
March 24, 1997
Relais Branch Sweaters Recall by Melcon Design
March 24, 1997
Flammable Bathrobes Recall by Neiman Marcus/Bergdorf Goodman
February 28, 1997
Garments Made From a Flammable Fleece Fabric Recalled
October 30, 1996
Chenille Sweaters Recalled by J.C. Penney
July 10, 1996
Scarfs Recalled by Zazou Scarfs
July 10, 1996
Silk Scarves Recalled by India Arts
May 15, 1996
Scarf Recalled by Fashionique II
March 11, 1996
Jacket Recalled by O'Neill Sportswear



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