Amazon Children's Pajamas CPC Certification Children's Underwear CPC Certification Process
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Children's pajamas in sizes 9 months to 14
Children's sleepwear refers to clothing in sizes 9 months to 14, primarily intended for sleep or sleep-related activities, including girls
Pajamas, pyjamas, robes or loungewear.Children's sleepwear does not include diapers, underwear or is suitable for infants 9 months and younger
Children's sleepwear must meet specific flammability requirements.Children's sleepwear must: 1) pass certain flammability tests; or 2) pass the following
Square* measurements are defined as "skinny" or "skinny."
Tight & Fitted Pajamas
"Skinny" or "skinny" pajamas are designed to fit snugly against the body. These pajamas are not flammable.If ignited, it will not burn easily because
There is minimal air under the garment to support combustion.Tights must comply with the Code of Federal Regulations *Volume 16*Part 1615 (sizes are
9 months to 6X) and as specified in the Code of Federal Regulations* 16* Part 1616 (for sizes 7 to 14)
Size requirements.If a product meets the specific size requirements in any of the above criteria, it is considered tight or fitted and does not need to be
Tests for flammability requirements in the Code of Federal Regulations* Title 16* Part 1615 or *Part 1616.Tights are still required
Assessed and meets the flammability requirements set forth in Title 16 of the Code of Federal Regulations* Part 1610.
Tights must have specific labels. This type of clothing product must be labeled on the center of the back, saying "wear close to the body, not flame retardant. The product must hang a yellow tag with the following information:
Product packaging must also include the yellow label shown above.
9 months to 6X children's tight or snug nightgown
Code of Federal Regulations* Title 16* Part 1615 (Sizing and Labeling Requirements)
Code of Federal Regulations* Title 16* Part 1610 (Flammability Test)
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (lead, phthalates)
CFR 16* Part 1611 (Vinyl Film) (if applicable)
Code of Federal Regulations* Title 16* Part 1615 (Small Components) (if applicable)
Children's Tight or Slim Sleepwear Sizes 7 to 14
Code of Federal Regulations* Title 16* Part 1616 (Sizing and Labeling Requirements)
Code of Federal Regulations* Title 16* Part 1610 (Flammability Test
Note : The test report must contain images of the product tested, including packaging, compliance markings, age ratings, and warning labels.The product image on the test report must show the same product as the product on the detail page
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