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Trump scarves (made in China) face recall due to flammability risk

A federal agency has recalled around 20,000 scarves made under the Ivanka Trump brand for failing to meet flammability standards.

According to a report from the Houston Chronicle, a federal agency has recalled around 20,000 scarves made under the Ivanka Trump brand for failing to meet flammability standards.

The recall affects Trump’s Brushstroke Oblong and Beach Wave scarves, both of which are made entirely of rayon.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission said the scarves, which bear Ivanka Trump’s name, “do not meet the federal flammability standards for clothing textiles, posing a burn risk.”

From the Wall Street Journal:

The 100% rayon scarves, manufactured in China and embroidered with the name of the daughter of Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump “do not meet the federal flammability standards for clothing textiles, posing a burn risk,” the Consumer Product Safety Commission said in a notice.

No injuries or incidents associated with the product have been reported, according to the agency.

The scarves are priced anywhere between $12 and $68. Customers are entitled to a refund.

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