What safety standards should paint and paint on playpens meet?

What safety standards should paint and paint on playpens meet?

Coatings and paints on playpens should comply with the following safety standards and requirements:

American standards: In the United States, paint and paint on baby playpens should comply with relevant standards issued by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), such as 16 CFR Part 1303 "Restrictions on Lead-Containing Paint in Children's Products." This standard sets limits on lead content in children's products to protect children from the risk of lead poisoning.

European standards: In Europe, paints and paints on playpens should comply with the European standard EN 71-3 "Safe toys - Part 3: Migration of paints and similar products". This standard sets out migration limits for coatings and similar products used in children's toys to ensure that children are not exposed to harmful substances.

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International Standard: ISO 8124-3 "Safety of Toys - Part 3: Migration of Surface Coatings and Pigments" is an international standard applicable to coatings and pigments in children's toys. It stipulates requirements regarding migration, heavy metal content, etc. to ensure the safety of children's toys.

In addition, the paint and paint of the playpen should be non-toxic and contain no harmful substances such as lead, mercury, benzene and other harmful chemicals. They should also have undergone appropriate testing and certification to ensure they meet safety standards.

When purchasing a playpen, it is recommended to choose a product from a reliable manufacturer and review product specifications and instructions to ensure that coatings and paints meet applicable safety standards.

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