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How to choose safe children's toys

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How to choose safe children's toys

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2019/08/30 15:37

When parents give their children purchase toys, they must be carefully examined. Here are some tips for buying a toy and telling you how to pick a safe toy for your child: 1, pay attention to see the toy manufacturer's qualifications. Check whether the toy or toy description is marked with the manufacturer's name, site, production date, production materials, age-appropriate segment, safety warning language, implementation standard number, product certification, etc. 2. Check if there is any damage. Check if the toy is soft and comfortable, whether the surface has sharp protrusions or corners. 3, whether there is odor. Smell the toy with your nose and see if there is any odor. If you smell it, don't buy it. In particular, toys that are painted should be checked for safe and non-toxic standards. 4. Shake the toy. Check if the structure of the toy is firm and the parts will not fall loose. In particular, attachments on toys, such as eyes and nose on fluffy toys, look to see if they are firm. 5. Pay attention to the length of the toy with the line type. Some pull toys, to see the length of the rope, generally do not exceed 30 cm. 6, check the loudness. Pay attention to whether some sounding toys are too loud and the sound should not exceed 70 decibels. 7, easy to clean toys. To ensure that the toy is easy to clean, no trouble, safe and hygienic. 8, pay attention to electric toys. Check if the battery compartment is stable and smooth around. 9, be careful allergy. For children with allergies, it is not advisable to provide fluffy toys, cloth toys, and especially long-haired hair toys. 10, flexible and strong. Toys should be flexible. Be firm and don't buy toys made of foam plastic or some other materials that are more likely to be torn or crunched by children. 11, do not buy too small toys. Such as marbles, etc., to prevent children from swallowing. 12, pay attention to health. Every time a child plays with a toy, let him wash his hands and keep it clean. 13, regular spot checks. The toy should be regularly checked to see if the toy is damaged or the parts are loose or scattered. Loosening screws. Damaged and scattered toys should be eliminated and new toys added. 14, disinfection of toys. Some fur and cotton toys can be disinfected with disinfectant and sun exposure.

 
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