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  • KateD
    Re: Toy Safety Standards in the UK
    Hi, I would like to get into crafting to sell. Would the following items need to be CE testEd? Canvas Bags, Paper bunting and…
    12 October 2019
  • Steve
    Re: A Guide to Toy Hygiene
    I have a Teddy Bear of 45 plus years and have been told that by freezing Ted will clean him Is this true? Kind regards. Stephen.
    10 October 2019
  • Missmonty80
    Re: Toy Safety Standards in the UK
    Hi. I am looking into making chewelry for children with the tendency to chew clothing. They will be made only of recycled tshirt…
    5 October 2019
  • Cal
    Re: Toy Safety Standards in the UK
    Can anyone tell me the toxitity of fabric paint specifically glow in the dark.
    24 September 2019
  • Vixpost
    Re: What is This Toy Safety Mark?
    I would like to sell reward charts with stickers, the reward charts would be my design. Other products would be flash cards…
    17 September 2019
  • Didi
    Re: Toys: What Are My Consumer Rights?
    I bought a puppy toy for my seven month old puppy. Within 20 minutes my puppy had managed to chew the teething ring on the…
    9 September 2019
  • Loumeg123
    Re: Toy Safety Standards in the UK
    Hi, I am looking to handmake and sell Taggie blankets for children. I don’t class these as a toy but now am unsure whether they…
    31 August 2019
  • Claire Grant
    Re: Toy Safety Standards in the UK
    What is the legal requirement for ribbon length on a babies toy?
    24 August 2019
  • CoM
    Re: Toy Safety Standards in the UK
    Hi, I have a product - memory cards for children aged 2 - 4 for their early development. The set is basically for the parents…
    16 August 2019
  • ali
    Re: Toy Safety Standards in the UK
    does anyone know if crochet water balloons need ce testing I cant find any information I know handmade sporting goods don't but…
    9 August 2019
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