Kids pajamas recalled for skin irritation, possible burning

1,500 pajama pairs affected

ORLANDO, Fla. - Two companies are recalling near 1,500 pairs of pajamas because they could cause skin irritation and burn children.

One of the products was made under the brand name, Catalogo S.A.C.

This recall involves children's woven cotton pajama sets with style number JP 12 FL.

The sets are printed with a small pink flower and green leaf pattern with a short-sleeve, five-button shirt and a matching pair of shorts. The sets were sold in girl's sizes 1 to 8.

The pajamas were sold at children's boutiques and specialty stores nationwide and online from August 2008 to September 2011 for between $30 and $45.

The other product is made under the brand name, Mini Boden. Those pajamas are made for children who are 18 months to 14 years old.

Each pack contains two long-sleeved tops and two bottoms in one of the following color schemes:

 - Black, white and blue with motorcycles print

 - White, blue and pink with rocket and stars print

 - Or a light blue, blue and green with cars print.

Those pajamas were sold exclusively at from July 21, 2012 to September 17, 2012 for about $48.

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