Eyes on when purchasing toys Christmas is a great experience for children, because the fixed means in particular, many gifts and new toys for them. But not everything that looks cute, squeaks or honks, is well catered for in children’s hands. Which policies the toys must be kept up, reported auvito.de the portal for online auctions. While toys in General should have no sharp corners and edges, or even small swallowable parts, one is given electronic toys intended for voltage. Continue to tamper seal indicate different specific standards. So promises the GS mark, that the toy has been tested by an independent testing facility on the compliance with the statutory requirements. The seal is only real if the testing laboratory such as, for example, the TuV is listed.
Otherwise it can be a fake. Other seals characterize the quality of textiles (okoTex standard 100), the electrical safety (VDE) or the educational suitability (play well”). The CE mark, which is a sign even assigned by the manufacturers and therefore not particularly meaningful. With plastic toy should products without plasticizers and PVC resorted to the latter is indicated on the packaging with the number three. Wooden toys, however, is generally considered safe, but appearances are deceptive. There are sources of danger can be avoided: Unwaxed and painted products are suitable as little wood such as toys made of chipboard, laminated or plywood. More information: presse.html contact: Lisa Neumann University first media GmbH barefoot streets 12 04109 Leipzig Tel: + 49/341/49288-240 fax: + 49/341/49288-59