What are the ABC products in the basic safety technical requirements for baby home wear textiles and what products do they include?
Category A: it refers to articles for infants and toddlers. It is applicable to textiles and textile products used by infants and toddlers aged 24 months or 80cm or below.For infants and children's products with difficulty defined, and for infants and children under 24 months old, they are generally treated as category A baby products, such as children's towels.Category A products generally include:
1. Baby underwear: such as baby set, baby set, one-piece, baby vest, belly pocket, underwear, socks;
2. Infants' outer garments: such as all kinds of outer garments, open-crotch trousers, trousers, cotton clothes, douli (cloak);
3, infant bedding: such as bedspread, bedspread, quilt, towel, blanket, velvet blanket, thread blanket, pillowcase, pillow towel;
4. Other baby products: diapers, diapers, diapers, bibs, towels, handkerchiefs, gloves, hats, cloth shoes.
Category B: products that come in direct contact with the skin.These generally include:
1. Close-fitting underwear: it refers to clothes worn close to the skin, usually covering a small area of the body, and the product is almost in close contact with the body.Such as bra, corset, belt, corset, corset petticoat, underwear, vest, undershirt, pantyhose, pajamas, dressing gown, bathrobe, swimsuit and other intimate underwear.
2. Medium clothes: they are worn over close-fitting underwear, usually with outer clothes, or clothes only worn at home, most of which are close to the skin.Such as: cotton sweater pants, shirt, blouse, underpants, cashmere sweater, wool knitted underwear, sweater, thermal underwear, petticoat, evening dress, family casual clothes, etc.
3, for external use in the clothes: wear in the underwear outside, usually outside can not be set to wear a coat, some can also be set to wear a coat, wearing the vast majority of its close to the skin.Such as: T shirt, knitting technology unlined upper garment, shirt, blouse, dress, cheongsam, kimono, beach wear, casual wear, vest skirt, jumpsuit, pants, dance wear, gymnastics wear, track and field sports wear, ball sports wear, match wear.
4. Single garment (no outer garment) : the garment is worn outside the middle garment and can be used as general outer garment. In many cases, it is directly worn outside the underwear and most of it is close to the skin.Such as: shorts, pants, casual pants (in addition to woolen fabric), casual pants, western dress, skirt, skirt, skirt, skirt, skirt, casual clothing, casual clothing, denim clothing, single clothing, single casual clothing, Chinese smock, sportswear, etc.
Household textiles: articles for use in direct or possible contact with the skin.Such as: gauze towel, scarf, neck cover, handkerchief, kerchief, bath towel, ground towel, bath curtain, beach towel, napkin, sofa (chair) set, bed sheet, bed cap, textile mat, and the bedspread that also makes bedspread (sheet), quilt, quilted quilt, terry quilt, blanket, thread blanket, pillowcase, etc.
6, other products: such as face towel, socks, gloves, hats, protective covers (shoulder, elbow, wrist, waist, knee, leg, etc.), adult diapers, incontinence pads, insoles, product covers, ear muffs, etc.
Category C: products not in direct contact with skin.These generally include:
1, medium clothes: must be worn in other underwear or over medium clothes.
2. Outer garment: do not touch the skin directly. Wear outer garment or medium garment.
Household and other textile products: bedspread (multi-layer composite), quilt core, apron, carpet, etc.
In addition, the categories of textile fabrics and accessories can be determined according to the different USES of the products they are processed. When crossing several USES, they can be classified into the categories with higher requirements, which are obviously a-type requirements for infant products and b-type requirements for most clothing fabrics and accessories.