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Safer vs Toxic Plastic - Decoding the Mystery

Decoding the Mystery of Safer vs Toxic Plastic

Learn to navigate the world of safer vs toxic plastic with a comprehensive roadmap and you’ll be on your way to replacing endocrine disrupting compounds that mimic or block hormones in no time!

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How to Choose PVC Free Pools, Toys, Floaties and Life Jackets by thesoftlanding.com

How to Choose PVC-free Pools, Floaties, Toys and Life Jackets

We never dreamed how difficult it would be to find PVC-free baby/kid pools, floaties, life jackets and toys.  After 5 years of searching, you’d think we would have quite a long list of options – but that’s not the case.  Summer’s here, so have a look ahead at our newly updated list along with tips for […]

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EVA Foam Chairs

Do All EVA Foam Products Contain Toxic Formamide?

I’m sure you’ve heard about the EU’s recent ban of EVA foam playmats related to the presence of formamide, a known carcinogenic chemical.  From what we can tell, EVA foam – not standard EVA sheet material – is the source of concern because formamide is sometimes used to make the foam more pliable. Please note […]

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Steering Clear of Lead in Baby Bibs

We’ve been aware of the dangers caused by lead exposure in children for many years now, but you have to wonder how in the world a baby bib could end up contaminated with lead, right? It turns out that lead is almost always tied to the presence of PVC (also called vinyl) in baby bibs. Throughout […]

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Are Ethylene Vinyl Acetate (EVA) Baby Teethers Toxic?

Ask TSL: Are Ethylene Vinyl Acetate (EVA) Baby Teethers Toxic?

EVA looks and feels an awful lot like PVC, so is it made with the same toxic chemicals? Ethylene Vinyl Acetate (EVA) is widely accepted as safe for use in teethers. EVA is a type of plastic that does not require a plasticizer and is BPA-free, so it is considered to be a safer alternative […]

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