First of all, unqualified plush toys are easy to absorb dust, hide bacteria and formaldehyde. When children touch these toys, they can induce child allergies, such as diarrhea and lung infections. If multiple children come into contact, it is easy to cause cross-infection. There are also some toys that contain harmful chemical ingredients, which can cause children to cry, erythema, and may cause skin diseases.
Toys are very close partners of children. However, some inferior children’s toys in major markets can threaten children’s physical and mental health. Parents need to pay attention to the safety of children’s toys. For example, the plush toys that babies like to play with are very beautiful on the surface, but the stuffing in some inferior plush toys is black cotton and waste old materials, which is very unhygienic; and some toys have zero The parts are not firm and easy to fall off, which can easily be swallowed by children.
In addition, some plush toys contain excessive levels of harmful substances such as lead, mercury, benzene, and formaldehyde, which seriously endanger children’s physical and mental health… Therefore, parents should keep their eyes open and pay special attention when buying children’s toys.
There is also such a situation. In some toy wholesale markets, some unlicensed toy manufacturers ignorantly produce products. Many toys do not have safety marks and manufacturer addresses at all. Due to the lower prices, some parents will choose to buy them. This kind of toy. These kinds of children’s toys have not been strictly tested for safety, and they are not up to standard safety toys and must not be used by children. When purchasing children’s toys, parents remember to carefully check the safety warnings on the toy manual, and check whether the toy has any parts that are easy to fall off or are relatively sharp. When buying plastic toys, they must also see whether there are non-flammable signs.
When choosing plush toys, look for trademarks, pungent odors, and soft and elastic handles. Do not buy toys that are too cheap. Plush toys should be cleaned and disinfected regularly. Children with respiratory diseases should not play with plush toys too much.