Disney Children’s Pajamas RECALLED Due to Lead Poisoning

Because Disney is excelling at everything they do lately, their very own children’s pajamas are now being recalled due to a lead-poisoning risk! Parents, be warned! Let’s jump in.

Disney partnered with The Bentex Group, which creates clothing for children of various ages. Unfortunately, nearly 90,000 items made in Egypt were tested for lead and were found to contain high levels of it that could be poisonous if ingested by children. Imagine wearing clothing that is covered in lead! The nine themes contaminated include Yoda, Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, and Winnie the Pooh. These items were distributed by TJ Maxx, DD’s/Ross, Burlington, and Amazon between November 2021 and August 2022 and were priced between $5 and $25 USD.

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*Pictures courtesy of the US Consumer Product Safety Commission

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