Bentex children’s clothing recalled for lead levels

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Bentex children’s clothing recalled for lead levels

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Clothing manufacturer Bentex is recalling a number of its children’s clothing products over high lead levels.

Bentex sold roughly 87,000 units of various Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Winnie the Pooh, and Grogu sets between November 2021 and August 2022, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. The ink used to decorate the sets contained amounts of lead that surpassed the federal ban on the toxic material.

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“In cooperation with the CPSC, we have issued a voluntary product recall on these garments and are encouraging consumers who purchased the affected products to immediately stop using the garments,” Bentex wrote on its Instagram, pointing its followers to a hotline, email, and website, where those who purchased the sets can receive refunds. “We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused you and appreciate your understanding in this matter.”

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The clothing company posted images of the recalled sets along with their label numbers to bring awareness to the involved sets.

These sets originally cost anywhere between $5 and $25 at various stores, including Amazon, TJ Maxx, DD’s/Ross, Burlington, and Army & Airforce Exchange Service.

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