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​OEKO-TEX®

Date:Sep 07, 2020

OEKO-TEX®Standard 100 is a certification standard formulated by the International Environmental Textile Association (OEKO-TEX®Association) in 1992 to test the effects of textiles and clothing products on human health. OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 stipulates the types of known harmful substances that may be present on textiles and clothing products. The test items include pH, formaldehyde, heavy metals, pesticides/herbicides, chlorinated phenols, and phthalic acid Acid salts, organotin compounds, azo dyes, carcinogenic/allergenic dyes, OPP, PFOS, PFOA, chlorobenzene and chlorotoluene, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, color fastness, volatile matter, odor, etc., and the products according to the end use Divided into four categories: Class I for infants, Class II for direct contact with the skin, Class III without direct contact with the skin, and Class IV for decoration.

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