Big W recalls Infants “That’s Not My…” onesie due to fire risk.

The garments do not carry the fire hazard information label as required by the mandatory standard. Consumers may not be aware of the fire hazard information of the garment, which may pose a potential fire risk to the wearer.

Product description
Infants ‘That’s Not My…’ coverall
Size 0000-1
Item numbers (found on care instruction label)
Puppy: 1120004, 1120005, 1120006, 1120007, 1120008
Kitten: 1120009, 1120010, 1120011, 1120012, 1120013
Monkey: 1120014, 1120015, 1120016, 1120017, 1120018

What are the defects?
The garments do not carry the fire hazard information label as required by the mandatory standard ‘Consumer Goods (Children’s Nightwear and Limited Daywear and Paper Patterns for Children’s Nightwear) Safety Standard 2017′.

What are the hazards?
Consumers may not be aware of the fire hazard information of the garment, which may pose a potential fire risk to the wearer.

Consumers should immediately cease using the coverall and return it to any Big W store for a full refund.

For further information concerning this recall, contact Big W Customer Service by telephone on 1300 244 999.

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  • Why aren’t these things tested before going on sale? Surely it isn’t hard to do.

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  • I would have thought that this should be checked before they get to the point of sale, but the recall is the right thing to do.

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  • all clothing is some kind of fire hazard – the missing label is just a product of the cheap labour making them overseas

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  • Fire hazard?? Aren’t they made from cotton?

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  • Thanks for always keeping us informed.

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  • Another safety recall, very concerning but thanks for the update.

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  • Oooopsie. Hopefully they can stitch the fire warning tag on and restock as that would be andear awful waste of clothes. But imguessning they’ll all get binned


    • We live in a wasteful and throw-away society indeed ! I find that concerning as well.

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  • Thanks for the heads up.

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  • Just add a sticker or label

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  • Well I hope they simply sew the labels on to these. Otherwise it would be such a waste of perfectly fine garments.

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  • Seems to be a lot of recalls recently.

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  • This is so basic, it’s surprising they got it wrong.

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  • Regardless of age and size ALL clothing should contain the tag in it. All fabric can be dangerous.

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  • I’m about to buy some baby clothing as a gift so I’m grateful for the warning.

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  • What a shame as they are very cute.

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