Biting a toy?

Chronic poisoning climbs up

Biting a toy?
Chronic poisoning climbs up

Everyone in modern children is happy. Every child has many toys, but toys will be infected with bacteria for a long time.

Researchers have detected pathogenic microorganisms such as E. coli and Hepatitis B virus in toys, which are more polluted than clothes, clogged and tableware.

Therefore, children’s toys should be disinfected regularly.

  Toys are divided according to the raw materials they are made of, including plastic, cloth, metal, and wood.

Some plastic toys contain polyvinyl chloride, which is a highly toxic compound that can cause different degrees of harm to children’s liver and bones.

  The surface of wooden toys is often coated with various colored paints, and these paints also contain some harmful substances.

If the child puts these toys in their mouths for adsorption, bites, and replaces the colored paint, the paint film or pigment will slowly implant into the body through the mouth, which may cause chronic poisoning over time.

  Plush toys are a “good place” to hide dirt and dirt. Many bacteria can be transmitted to children, and they will be transmitted to the body through the nasal cavity, causing respiratory diseases.

  Toys are children’s favorite “playmates”. They come into direct contact with children every day, and children generally bite toys, so children’s toys must be disinfected frequently.

Different sterilization methods should be used for toys of different particle sizes. Here are some simple and effective methods: ⒈ Plastic toys can be replaced with soap water, disinfecting detergent, bleaching powder, etc. After immersion, rinse with water, wipe with a clean clothSeason.

  Made of cloth, plush toys can be directly placed in the sun and disinfected.

  湿 Moisture-resistant, high-temperature, non-fading wooden toys can be washed with soap and water and dried.

  ◎ Because the toys are often exposed outside, it is easy to be infected with bacteria, especially some plush toys have no outer packaging, and customers who come to select them get dirty after a few touches.

Therefore, toys that have just been bought or played frequently should be cleaned and disinfected to ensure the safety of children.

  ◎ Some plush toys are filled with black cotton, and because these fillers contain harmful chemicals such as formaldehyde, children can easily cause tears, erythema, and severe skin diseases or other infectious diseases.

Some black-hearted cotton contain germs, and children are susceptible to infection.

Once such toys are found, they must be removed in time.