A baby zippered wondersuit from Bonds has been recalled as it does not meet mandatory standards for fire hazard labelling.
The Bonds Poodlette Zip Wondersuit in Navy was issued with a recall notice by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission on Monday.
The recall notice states the wondersuit does not comply with fire hazard labels under the mandatory standard.
They do not have the fire safety label at all and as such, the garmet may pose a potential fire risk to the wearer.
Consumers should stop using the garments and return them to the place of purchase for a full refund.
For more information Bonds via telephone 1800 806 906 or visit the website.
In other news:
Another recall has also been issued for the Kathmandu Karinjo Baby Carrier v2.
The recall was issued because the baby carrier stand hinge may be missing one or two bolts, which could cause the stand to become unstable and could cause a child to fall out of the carrier.
It could also result in the carrier tipping over when placing a child in or out of the carrier, which could increase the risk of injury.
Consumers should inspect the stand hinge to see if there are any bolts missing or bring it to the store for inspection.
If the carrier requires repair, stop using the carrier immediately and contact your nearest Kathmandu store to organise replacement.
For further information, consumers can contact Kathmandu via email at email@example.com or phone 1800 333 484.