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When purchasing toys consider safety as a primary factor!

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When purchasing toys consider safety as a primary factor!

Children love to receive presents it is an exciting moment. A new toy is always a thrilling moment but at this time please beware of some important factors.

Never let a child unwrap a package unsupervised!
Discard all packaging components immediately such as plastic bags, wraps, plastic ties, staples, or any other packaging attachments.

Watch out for small attachments they could be dangerous to a child. If a small piece is accidentally swallowed a child could choke. Always take away the plastic wrapping a child could suffocate with it.

Check all safety instructions, especially for flame resistance. All toys, particular plush toy, stuffed animals or any other soft toy must not come in contact or be near any heat sources, they could catch fire.

Always supervise your child at play and teach them how to use the new toy safely. In addition, always check a toy for any other hazards there could be sharp edges, loose parts, nails, wires or staples, which eventually could become protruding.

Always keep toys in good repair or discard them.
We all know that children have the tendency to put most things into their mouth, which is a very natural action to children as it is part of their learning process to learn to encounter their sense.

Make sure the toy is non-toxic, which may that be paint, plastics or any other synthetic materials. Be very cautious with small toys, beads, rattles or any small object, they could represent a choking hazard. Many hazardous components can come with some toys and caution is always advisable. A toy car has many movable parts make sure they will not injure your child. Dolls, stuffed teddy bears, or plush toy stuffed animals have attachments like eyes, noses and other mountings; make sure they are fastened securely.

Children are very precious, keeping them safe is key!
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