Although Disney fans love to wear Disney to show off their favorite characters, movies, and TV shows, nobody has more Disney marketed towards them than children.
From loungewear to day to pajamas, the children’s section of any department store is packed to the brim with Disney .
However, the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission recently made an alarming announcement concerning a vast amount of children’s Disney .
#Recall: About 87,000 Bentex Group Children’s Clothing Sets. The textile ink has lead levels that exceed either the federal lead paint or lead content ban, posing a lead poisoning hazard. Get full refund. CONTACT: 800-451-0285. Full recall notice: https://t.co/higq6DH3ab pic.twitter.com/APv7Cn94Mz
— US Consumer Product Safety Commission (@USCPSC) November 23, 2022
Incorporated is a “family of affiliated companies” specializing in licensed apparel/ , home decor, electronic devices, and more. They are currently recalling “about 87,000 children’s ” in nearly 10 Disney-themed designs due to the textile ink used.
These textile inks reportedly have levels exceeding the federal content ban, which creates a poisoning hazard for the children wearing these .
Between November of last year and August this year, the in question has been sold at department stores such as “T.J. Maxx, dd’s/Ross, Burlington, Army and Air Force Exchance Service, and other stores nationwide, as well as online as amazon.com,” according to a report made by News4Jax.
Check these batch numbers and descriptions to see if any children’s purchased between November 2021 and August 2022 matches. The batch numbers can be found on the side label or the neck of the .
If you have any of these items, it’s advised that they be taken away from children immediately. Contact Bentex for further instructions on receiving a full refund, returning, or throwing away the .