Posted: 22 September, 2016 by Fox FM

Bonds Baby Clothing Recalled In Victoria & Queensland

More than 2000 items of baby clothing have been recalled from Direct Factory Outlets in Victoria.


Bonds Bodysuit, Stretchies, Signature, Zip Romper and Zip Wondersuit labels purchased at DFO Essendon and DFO South Wharf between August 19 and September 10 should be returned for a full refund as they didn’t carry a low fire rating warning label.

A total of 2292 pieces of clothing, also sold at Gold Coast’s Harbour Town Regional Shopping Centre, did not carry a low fire rating warning label.

The warning label is a required mandatory standard for children’s nightwear and limited daywear.

Bonds spokeswoman Sue Cato told the Herald Sun the products were not intended to be sold in the Australian market and did not carry the Australian labelling.

“All of the affected Bonds Baby Coveralls are otherwise 100% compliant with Australian regulations for low fire danger products and are identical to the products sold in Australia,” she said.

“We are committed to always meeting Australian labelling regulation requirements and given the issue we have notified the ACCC that we will recall all garments affected.”

For further information call 1800 806 906 or email Bonds at recallhelp@pacbrands.com.au.

Image: @BondsAU/Instagram

 

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