How to Choose a Safe Plastic Lifetime Playset?


Toys are baby's playmates, almost every baby will have their own toys, and among these toys, most of them are plastic toys and plastic lifetime playsets. The plastic lifetime playsets are not easy to be damaged, and it will not be broken. The plastic lifetime playsets have a complete variety, which is most popular with babies, and the baby plays for a long time. Some babies will bite the plastic lifetime playset in their mouths, so parents want to know how to choose a safe plastic lifetime playset?


1. The gloss and color vividness of the plastic lifetime playset


High-quality plastic lifetime playsets outperform low-quality toys in terms of gloss and color. This is because high-quality plastic lifetime playsets are usually made of plastic raw materials such as PVC, PP, PE, etc., and the plastic itself is very shiny.


And many low-quality plastic outdoor playsets are usually made of "secondary materials" (that is, materials recycled and reprocessed from waste plastic products), and the color will become worse after reprocessing.


Although it may not be guaranteed that the color is good, it must be safe. However, the products with poor gloss and poor color are all products with potential safety hazards.


2. The thickness of the plastic lifetime playset


The biggest feature of the plastic lifetime playset is that its finished product or parts are one-time injection molding. If the inner wall of the injection-molded toy is too thin, it is easy to break and fall when children play, and the plastic parts are brittle to produce small fragments, sharp edges, and edges. horns are dangerous to the baby.


In general, the plastic wall in the corners or radians is thicker than other places, which increases the damage tolerance of the plastic outdoor toy when it falls to the ground and reduces the degree of damage.


3. The certification and labeling instructions of the plastic lifetime playset


3C certification is the abbreviation of China Compulsory Product Certification. Others include American ASTM F963 certification, Japanese ST2002, international ISO standards, European Union EN71 and other safety certification standards.


If there is no relevant certification on the product packaging, it means that the plastic lifetime playset product is a fake and shoddy product. However, the safety mark is not a quality mark, but a basic safety certification, which can only prove that the product is qualified, but cannot prove that the product performance is excellent.


In addition, you should also check the manufacturer, origin, main material ingredients, warning slogans, product certification and other labels.


4. The smell of plastic lifetime playset


The German Consumer Protection Center pointed out that if some children's toys have a pungent smell, they should contain harmful substances, such as phthalate plasticizers. Therefore, it is recommended that everyone smell the odor when buying toys.


Some experts suggest that you can wash and dry the plastic lifetime playset first, try to volatilize the smell of plastic, and reduce the peeling pigment and the heavy metal content in it. The toy can also be boiled before use, if the plastic lifetime playset is marked with a high temperature tolerance.


5. Try the plastic lifetime playset


For safety reasons, parents are advised to try it out carefully when buying toys to see if there are safety hazards and whether they are suitable for babies to use.


When trying it out, you can shake the toy to see if the various parts are firm and whether there are small parts; or pull the toys with ropes to see if the length is appropriate;


When choosing a sounding toy, try to see if it is too loud. It is best to touch the edges and corners of the plastic lifetime playset to see if there are sharp objects, so as not to scratch the baby.


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