<p>Splicing pad to be carefully selected splicing! Otherwise can not spell happiness, climb out Home Mengbao "climb all over the place," a storage convenient, does not occupy the place for infants and  wood garden planter table young children stitching crawling mat is essential. Well, the question is, can you be assured if the baby climbs and gnaws on the splicing mat? The excellent Ke assessment of 9 splicing crawling pad for infants and young children with swallowable small parts, formamide, improper labeling, maximum surface pressure is the main reason for the higher partial pressure rating.</p><p> Excellent Ke recommended the results of this evaluation is not satisfactory, please carefully choose the mosaic splicing baby mats. Since formamide is almost odorless, formamide may also be present in the product, even if it  composite materials for highway guardrail does not smell "chemically" on the mat. </p><p>Parents can use soft cloth cloth instead of such an infant mosaic splicing pad. Formamide is a colorless and transparent liquid, often used in the plastics and polymer industries as a solvent, plasticizer, or in the production of styrofoam as a blowing agent. Therefore, some styrofoam toys can contain formamide, such as puzzle mats. The formamide in the product can be  how to install fencing on uneven ground volatilized into the air to be inhaled by children. According to information from China's AQSIQ, formamide is a dangerous substance that may cause harm to fertility and the fetus. </p><p>Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) were found to be high (single polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) between 100 and 1000 μg / kg) -deleasing grade 2 plastic mats and trace amounts of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) were detected. Plasticizers are often added to rubber and soft plastic products, so that the elasticity can reach the ideal state. The carcinogenic polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons  end caps for 2x6 vinyl sleeve compounds generally come from contaminated plasticizers, can be absorbed through the skin, diet and respiratory tract.</p>