In today's increasingly sophisticated consumption concept, many parents attach great importance to the safety of school furniture, but it seems very weak. Some consumers think that if they choose a big market, the quality of the goods they buy will be absolutely guaranteed; some consumers often choose school furniture to see whether the style is beautiful and the color is gorgeous; while some consumers are "following the feeling", first of all, to see whether the style is right, and then to know whether the product is environmentally friendly. The emphasis on product structure safety is often insufficient.
According to statistics, the sales volume of classroom furniture has accounted for 18% of the total sales of furniture, and the potential safety problems are imminent. Xiaobian learns from an insider that some school furniture manufacturers will sell classroom furniture that fails to meet the "new national standard" by mixing old and new products. Therefore, Xiaobian suggests that consumers should know the compulsory standard content of school furniture in advance when choosing and purchasing, so as not to be "fooled" by school furniture manufacturers and buy unqualified products.
In addition to delineating the external structure, the new national standard has stricter requirements on the limits of harmful substances in classroom furniture surface coatings, textile fabrics, leather and plastics, fully guaranteeing safety and environmental protection indicators. Therefore, parents can ask school furniture manufacturers for the latest quality inspection reports and instructions to verify whether the products have passed the national standards when they purchase classroom furniture but can not check the specific content of their materials by relatives. So that children can choose really safe and environmentally friendly school furniture.
In addition, parents should have a simple understanding of the content of the national standard beforehand, so that they have a good idea of it. If in the use process, the product does not meet the standards and causes injury and trouble, consumers can complain to the Consumer Association or the quality inspection department.