Do cushions need CE and/ UKCA marking?

If a cushion has “child appeal” and could be mistaken for a soft toy - e.g. a cushion in the shape of an animal, then it should be CE and/ UKCA marked as a soft toy. If it is a regular-shaped cushion with animal decorations (for example), then it would probably not be classed as a toy.

Last updated: 2021-07-05 15:18

Posted 11 months agoby Ilonapie

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