4. Stuffed toys: Please note that the seams can separate and allow stuffing or plastic pellets to be released, presenting a choking hazard to young children. Check also for small detachable parts, security of the eyes, nose and mouth stuffed toys. 5. Art Supplies: Always look for this label: ASTM D-4236.
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