The first principle: whether the raw materials are qualified
The raw material in the eyes of many people is just the fabric on the surface of the plush doll. In fact, the raw materials we are talking about here contain a lot of content. In addition to the surface raw materials, there are also internal fillings and coatings. There is paint, even glue is included. Of course, there are many ways to judge whether raw materials are qualified. In addition to touching by hand, they can also be judged by smell and cleanliness.
The second principle: Whether the smoothness meets the standard
Plush dolls are not necessarily all plush. Plastic or metal may appear on its surface. At this time, we need to check whether these plastics and metals are smooth enough and whether there are sharp things. These sharp ones. Things are also likely to harm the child!
The third principle: Does the toy shed the hair?
A small amount of hair removal is normal, but a large area of hair removal can be serious! Because these fluffs are removed, it is very likely to cause respiratory diseases in children and cause skin allergies.
The fourth principle: Are small parts easy to fall off
Many plush dolls have some small objects on their bodies, such as buttons, pins, hairpins, etc., and many children also have the bad habit of tearing these small objects. The child’s habits cannot be changed for a while, so we have to start with these small objects on the plush doll to ensure that they are not so easy to fall off, not so easy to be torn off, to prevent the child from eating or being injured by these small objects.