This article applies to selling in: Australia

Children’s Nightwear

Important: If you supply products for sale on Amazon, you must comply with all federal, state, and local laws and Amazon policies applicable to those products and product listings.

Amazon’s policies require that children’s nightwear sold through the Amazon website meets the testing requirement as per specified standards. In order to sell these products on Amazon, you must apply and submit the following to child-safety@amazon.com.au

  1. Company name
  2. Seller ID
  3. Email address
  4. Phone number
  5. A list of Children’s Nightwear ASINs you are applying to sell
  6. An image of the fire hazard warning label on the product.
  7. Fire hazard warning label in both the product images and product description displayed on amazon.com.au.
  8. Documentation from an accredited testing laboratory or organisation is required to confirm the product was tested and found to comply with the applicable standards listed in the following table:

Product Certification Requirement
Children's Nightwear The Children’s Nightwear shall comply with the following:
Note: You certify that all materials that you submit are true, authentic, and accurate. Amazon may remove your selling privileges for failing to meet these requirements.

What is Children’s Nightwear?

The mandatory standard applies to nightwear for children (sizes 00–14 unless stated otherwise) that includes the following items:

  • Pyjamas (whether sold as top and bottom together or nightwear separates)
  • Size 3 - 14 knitted nightwear all-in-ones
  • Size 00 - 14 woven nightwear all-in-ones
  • Predominantly knitted all-in-one garments in the size range size 00-2 made from fabrics that have a pile or nap, or include fabrics with a pile or nap
  • Nightdresses and nighties
  • Nightshirts
  • Dressing gowns
  • Bathrobes
  • Boxer shorts of a loose style commonly used as nightwear
  • Infant sleep bags with sleeves or arm openings
  • Blankets & towels that incorporate a sleeve or arm opening

The mandatory standard also covers paper patterns for making children's nightwear. The mandatory standard prescribes requirements for safety testing and labelling of children's nightwear and paper patterns for making children's nightwear.



Additional useful information

ACCC Product Safety - Children's Nightwear

Potential Testing Facilities (note that this information is only to be used as a guide)

In Australia:

  1. AWTA Product Testing

In China:

  1. Intertek Shanghai
  2. SGS Guangzhou

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