Garment market security logos are confusing

Garment market security logos are confusing

Although the country has already issued national standards for apparel quality, the labeling of apparel products on the market is still very confusing. Many consumers are also unclear about how to use product label information to correctly purchase clothing and ensure their own safety.

Textile products are added with dyes, auxiliaries, etc. during printing and dyeing and post-processing. When these chemical reagents reach a certain level on textiles, they will cause serious damage to human skin and organs. Therefore, in order to ensure that textile products are harmless to human health during production, circulation, and consumption, the relevant national authorities have formulated the "National Safety Technical Code for Basic Textile Products" and have continuously updated and improved the content. In the latest edition of the National Technical Code for Basic Safety of Textile Products, textile products are divided into three types according to their end use: infant textile products, textile products that directly contact the skin, and textile products that do not directly contact the skin, corresponding to “A”, "B", "C" three categories. The standard also requires that infants and young children's textile products must be marked on the instructions for use "baby and infant supplies." Other products should indicate on the instructions for use the categories of basic safety and technical requirements that they comply with, such as Category A, Category B, or Category C. Products are marked by a category. Textile products that do not meet this standard are prohibited from production, sales, and imports.

Recently, the reporter visited a number of clothing stores in Beijing and found that some clothing brand products are very confusing on the safety standard label, including some well-known brands. In a certain branded women's clothing store on the third floor of Dongxing Fashion Plaza in Chaoyang District, Beijing, the reporter found that the “standard” item on the product logo of a dress was written “GB18401-2003B Class”, that is, according to the information on the product identification. The safety technology standard on which this dress is based has been obsolete. Subsequently, the reporter also found in a certain brand of sports clothing store, the logo of a quarterback pants also only read "GB18401B class", do not know whether the product is the implementation of the old version of the standard or the new version of the standard. For the doubts of reporters, sales staff also expressed their unclear.

For the national standards of clothing quality, many consumers do not understand, "I buy clothes, the most important thing is style, material, price. Clothing quality and safety standards, we ordinary consumers do not understand. In big shopping malls, the quality should not be Question," said one consumer, Ms. Wang. "I have no damage, no discoloration, no shrinkage. I think the quality of this garment is qualified. In other respects, we can't detect it," said the consumer, Ms. Yu. “I know that Class B is a textile product that directly touches the skin, and Class C is a textile product that is not in direct contact with the skin, but the specific standard number is not clear,” said Mr. Yang, a consumer.

“The non-standard product identification is definitely not in conformity with the requirements of the national compulsory standards.” Kong Liping, fiber inspection expert at the National Textile Quality Inspection Center, said: “The latest version of the National Basic Safety Technical Code for Textile Products is a mandatory standard. The above terms are all It must be implemented.” However, Kong Liping also said that the conclusion that “product is not safe” cannot be directly derived from “non-standard labeling”. The latest edition of the "National Safety Technical Code for Textile Products" requires clear requirements for the formaldehyde content, pH value, and carcinogenic aromatic amine dyes of textile products. Professional testing is required to determine whether the product is really safe.

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