Because the outer fabric of the plush toy is accessible to us, the general manufacturer will not choose to cut corners on the outer fabric, because it is easy to be found by consumers or inspectors, and the inner filling is sealed inside the plush toy. This gives bad businesses an opportunity to cut corners and cut corners.
Therefore, when we get a plush toy, we can use the feeling of grasping, the resilience of the toy, the uniformity of the natural distribution of the internal filling, and the pollution degree of the filling to the plush toy itself after washing. To distinguish the quality of a plush toy. The mainstream high-quality stuffing for plush toys on the market is PP cotton, which has fast rebound properties and a soft feel, but its cost is also relatively expensive.
Next, let’s compare the different feel of PP cotton and several classic materials. Foam particles outsourcing sponge as a filler, compared with PP cotton, there is a clear layering feeling when gripping, and the filling is unevenly distributed; compared with PP cotton, the softness, and hardness of the outer covering rubber cotton is uneven and the rebound speed is too fast. ; Compared with PP cotton, it feels harder when grasped, and it is not easy to rebound. After grasping, it has obvious pitting feeling and uneven distribution of fillings.
Some poor manufacturers use a lot of polluted and inferior materials that are harmful to the human body as fillers. The appearance of the plush toys made of this type of material is not obvious, but when you grasp it, you feel that the toys made of PP cotton are not elastic, soft, and have a poor rebound effect. Moreover, due to the poor quality of the inner filling, they will appear worse. The dirtier the washing.