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Is this stuff made in China? Does anyone certify it as being led-free, child-safe, etc.?
asked by jonnyrock on March 3, 2008
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I think toy manufacturers and retailers (including Amazon) should include the information of where the product was made. US consumers should not have to buy home lead tests to ensure the safety of toys, especially infant toys/books.
L. Hughes answered on November 2, 2009
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D. Woodhouse answered on April 16, 2008
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To answer the original question from nearly three years ago - we just got this toy today, and it is in fact made in China. Generally speaking, if you have a hard time finding out where a toy is made, you can assume it is China.
MISTER FALCON answered on February 4, 2011
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I have a six month old at home and have been searching for safe toys for her. In my research, I have found some useful sites, it comes down to doing your own homework and being vigilant in what has been tested. When it comes to toys, China is the name of the game. Even my organic toys are from China....try these sites out...
http://www.healthystuff.org/documents/CPSIA_factsheet.pdf
http://healthychild.org/main/
http://www.cpsc.gov/about/cpsia/cpsia.html
http://madesafetoys.org/toy-safety-news-from-cpsc/
Aznpixie answered on February 14, 2012
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here's the truth, u did not answer the question at all. no one cares about your two cents, what people care about is if the toy is made in china.
Andrew Chung answered on December 31, 2008
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Does any official agency of the US Government test these toys for led, etc.? Childrens' toys used to be inspected and tested by consumer organizations and if they were deemed unhealthy or unsafe they were re-called. Recently there has been alot of buzz about stuff from China, especially Childrens' toys. The ink in those bright, shiny items contains led.
jonnyrock answered on March 5, 2008
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ice grizzly answered on March 4, 2008
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No, here is the truth.... there is no need to be rude! If you are not interested in someone elses "two cents worth" don't read it. I certainly found more useful (and interesting) information in the other posts. Cannot say the same about yours, nor did you answer the question.
Thanks to the others about BPA and home led testing kits.
K. Rodgers answered on July 13, 2009
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they make at home lead tests, buy one if you really are that paranoid people!
Lisa Cash answered on April 15, 2009
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