A popular Bonds Wondersuit has been recalled after it was discovered the garment does not comply with fire hazard labelling requirements,

Product Safety Australia issued a recall for the Bonds Poodlette Zip Wondersuit in navy on Monday.

It’s for sizes 00-2, which is 3-6 months and 18-24 months.

“The product does not comply with the fire hazard labelling requirements of the mandatory standard ‘Consumer Goods (Children’s Nightwear and Limited Daywear and Paper Patterns for Children’s Nightwear) Safety Standard 2017’,” the recall reads.

The suit, available to purchase in stores nationally and online, fails to carry a fire hazard safety information label.

Product Saftety Australia says “the garments may post a potential fire risk to the wearer.”

Consumers should stop using the garments and return them to the place of purchase for a full refund.

Bonds Poodlette Zip Wondersuit in navy has been recalled as it poses a fire risk. 

The Wondersuits in sizes 00-2 were available online and in stores nationwide between March 1 and June 26.

Size 0000 and 000 do not need a label as they are exempt from mandatory labelling and size 3 does include the label.

On the Bonds website, the company said, “Though there is nothing wrong with the garment outside of missing this mandatory label, child safety is our number one priority, so we have voluntarily recalled and products potentially affected.

For further information contact Bonds on 1800 806 906 or online.