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If you don’t see a cloud of dust coming from toy, look at ruler. Can you see a thin layer of dust? Of course you can. And it’s not only dust, it’s also a large number of microscopic organisms.
That’s why plush toys aren’t recommended for children under age of three. If your child is mouthing objects, risk is higher.
How to make sure a plush toy will be a great toy.
Don’t get me wrong. Playing with plush toys is great, but adult supervision is needed, so that child doesn't put toy in his mouth.
One way to avoid any accident is to periodically clean toy and store it in a place without dust.
If you buy plush toys for babies, hygiene must be stricter. Choose smaller plush toys (yet big enough to be impossible to swallow), so that cleaning to be easy.
Plush toys are also great for decorating your child’s room. I bet you’ve seen rooms decorated with plush toys. Especially girl rooms.
The atmosphere they create is wonderful. Plush toys used to decorate a room are usually huge. Big Panda plush toy bears are very common.
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