Group seeks flammability rules changes

Morrissey, James A.
May 1998
Textile World;May98, Vol. 148 Issue 5, p19
Trade Publication
Focuses on Safe Children's Sleepwear Coalition's efforts to change the federal government's standard for sleepwear flammability in the United States. Concerns over the safety of tight-fitting cotton pajamas; Estimated number of children treated in hospital emergency rooms each year as a result of accidents involving loose-fitting sleepwear.


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