Bonds baby clothing recalled over missing warning labels

Bonds are recalling a variety of their infant clothing after it was revealed they were not fitted with appropriate warning labels.

The Bonds Bodysuit, Stretchies, Signature, Zip Romper and Zip Wondersuit have all been recalled, with customers urged to cease using the product.

“The garments do not carry the required warning label information as required by the mandatory standard for Children’s nightwear and limited daywear having reduced fire hazard,” a recall notice posted on the Australian Consumer and Competition Commission website reads.


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“Consumers may be unaware of the correct fire danger rating for these garments.”

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The recalled products were sold at Bonds outlet stores in Queensland and Victoria between 19 August 201610 September 2016.

Bonds Outlet Stores – Harbour Town Regional Shopping Centre, Gold Coast (Qld) DFO Essendon (Vic); DFO South WHarf (Vic)

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Customers have been advised to return the affected baby clothing to Bonds for a full refund.

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