(Filed Under Fashion News). Pennsylvania-headquartered Blair, a company offering apparel for men and women, has announced a voluntary recall of its full length women’s chenille robe. Some styles have failed to meet federal flammability requirements and have presented a risk of serious burns to consumers when exposed to an open flame.
Blair has received three reports of robes catching fire with one case reporting second-degree burns.
The robes were manufactured by Pakistani company A-One Textile & Towel Industries. According to A-One, they are a leading manufacturer and exporter of terry towel, terry bathrobes, chenille bathrobes, slippers, fancy towel, kitchen towel, bath mats and terry fabric to the American, European, Middle Eastern, Asian and Australian markets.
The recall includes item numbers 3093111, 3093112, 3093113, 3093114, 3093115 and 3093116, which is identified on a label in the robe’s neckline.
Blair’s catalogs, website and stores in Warren, PA, Grove City, PA and Wilmington, DE sold the robe from January 2003 through March 2009 at a retail range of $20 to $40.
For further information on A-One, visit www.A-OneTextile.com.
For further information on Blair, e-mail the company at BlairProductRecall@Blair.com.see more
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