The Consumer Product Safety Commission said on Thursday that it recalled 10,000 children’s hooded jackets and sweatshirts sold at Burlington Coat Factory stores for having drawstrings. The items were sold between January 1995 and September 2009. Children’s garments are not allowed to have drawstrings because they pose a risk of strangulation. The recall covered garments from a group of brands including Aéropostale, Apple Bottom Girls, Deere Park, Disney, Gray Wolf, Jonathon Stone, Kani Gold, Miletta and Sergio Benini. The jackets and sweatshirts were in a range of girls’ and boys’ sizes and styles. The CPSC urged consumers to either remove the drawstrings or return the garments to Burlington Coat Factory for a full refund.