The first step: look
If the plush doll itself has a label, we don’t have to work so hard and just look at the content on the label. Generally speaking, the toy’s label will indicate the fabric. Of course, in addition to looking at the label on the label, we can also observe the color of the toy. Generally speaking, the color of the original plush doll will be brighter and more natural. On the contrary, the inferior plush doll will often pass Chemical treatment will also look dull and colorless.
Step 2: Touch
This “touching” is the method we mentioned at the beginning. High-quality plush dolls are often skin-friendly and smooth, while inferior plush dolls are often rough and rough, and sometimes we can touch them directly. The plush doll is good or bad!
Step 3: Pull
The so-called pulling is to pull the plush doll with your hands. Of course, you must grasp the strength, not too heavy, but not too light, because we need to see whether the plush doll under a certain strength is prone to signs of hair loss. If yes, then this plush doll can basically be defined as “inferior quality”!
Step 4: Smell
The last way to judge the fabric of the plush doll is to smell it. Smell naturally means to smell it. If the plush doll has no smell, then it is of better quality. If it has a pungent smell, then it must have been chemically treated. Such toys are naturally inferior products!