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Is Your Child Wearing Flammable Pajamas?

The Flammable Fabrics Act (FFA) of 1953 created flammability standards for consumer clothing products. When the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) was created in 1972, it became responsible for issuing flammability standards under this law. The CPSC has flammability standards for all children’s sleepwear products above size 9 months and up to size 14. Products that meet these standards must be flame-resistant and must self-extinguish when they catch fire. Multiple…
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