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Are There Any Safety Hazards in Bubble Water Toys?

Update:24 Jan 2022

When parents take their children to playgrounds, zoos, and botanical gardens, many places sell all kinds of toys that children love, including bubble water toys.

Children's bubble water toys, including bubble water guns, bubble wands, etc., are one of the favorite toys for children. The bubble water is mainly composed of water, surfactants, synergists, bubble lasting agents and preservatives. In public activity places such as parks and squares, children often chase the bubbles in groups of three or five. They shoot with their hands and blow with their mouths.

However, at present, my country has not yet formulated national standards, industry standards or safety technical specifications for bubble water toy products. It only adopts general toy standards for the toy itself, and does not stipulate the performance of bubble water toys and the limit of toxic and harmful ingredients. .

To this end, the inspection department of the professional product quality supervision and inspection institute inspected the microorganisms (total number of colonies, coliforms), pH, optical brighteners, plasticizers, small parts, and warning signs in the bubble water of children's toys.

Finally, some tips for parents when buying bubble machines.

1. Check the product logo of the toy bubble water. Generally, it includes the product quality inspection certificate, the product name in Chinese, the name and address of the manufacturer, the CCC logo, the product standard implemented, the applicable age, and the attention to warning signs or Chinese warning instructions. Consumers should not buy "three noes" products.

2. Check the dimensions of deductible parts and splicing teeth. If there are parts that can be pulled out, you can use your thumb to help measure. If the parts are too small, they are not suitable for children under 3 years old.

3. Smell. When buying, you can take it apart or smell it close to the package to identify whether it has a pungent odor. If there is a heavier pungent odor, try to avoid buying it.

4. There is currently no technical support for relevant standards or specifications for toy bubble water. Therefore, after purchasing, parents should supervise children to avoid direct skin contact with bubble fluid.

As a professional Bubble Water Suppliers, Mingyu has a variety of product types and is certified by international safety agencies, so you can buy and use it with confidence.