Highchair, sleepware recalled due to safety concerns

Eyewitness News wants you to know about two recalls that could pose a safety risk for your children.

Pl Sleep's children's nightgown is being recalled because the sleepwear fails to meet the flammability standards for children’s sleepwear, posing a risk of burn injuries to children.

This recall involves PL Sleep’s children’s 100 percent polyester nightgowns. The nightgown has a gray and white snowflake print on the long sleeves and a faux Sherpa fleece body with a red scarf, three black buttons and black belt decoration on the front. The sleepwear also included coordinating red and white striped socks.

PL Sleep and model numbers 17FT62F561 and #101 are printed on a label sewn into the left inside seam. PL Sleep and the size are on the neck label. The nightgowns were sold in children’s sizes 2 through 7.

If you bought the recalled sleepwear, stop wearing it immediately and return the garments, with or without the socks, to the retailer where they were purchased or contact Lemur Group for instructions to get a full refund of the purchase price.

Another recall we want you to know about is Graco Table2Table™ 6-in-1 highchairs.

The company is recalling more than 30,000 high chairs due to the rear becoming unstable and posing a fall hazard to a child in the highchair.

Company officials say the recall involves Graco Table2Table™ 6-in-1 highchairs with model number 1969721. The 6-in-1 highchairs convert to six different modes, including a traditional highchair, a booster seat and toddler chair and table.

They were sold at Walmart stores nationwide from October 2016 through December 2017 for about $100.

The highchair’s cushion is white with gold and gray polka dots. The model number is printed on a label on the underside of the toddler seat and on a label on the back of the booster seat. Graco and Table2Table highchair are also printed on the label on the underside of the toddler seat.

There have been 38 reports of the rear leg pivoting out of position, and five injuries to children.

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled highchairs and contact Graco for a free repair kit.