To sell pet toys on Amazon, you need to submit a CPC certificate. CPC certification regulates the content of toy products: 1. The American toy testing standard ASTM F963 is converted into a mandatory standard 2. The lead-containing toys are standardized 3. Children's toy products are provided with traceability labels. Traceability labels include Trademark brand, website, address, production batch, contact information, etc.
Pet toy CPC test items:
①CPSIA total lead + phthalate;
②ASTMF963 toy standard;
③16 CFR Part 1501 small parts (for toys have been covered by ASTMF963);
④16 CFR Part 1510 requirements for rattle toys (only required for rattle toys, which have been covered by ASTMF963);
⑤16 CFR Part 1505 Electric Toys Safety Standard (required only for electric toys)
CPSIA (HR4040): The US Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act is a regulatory standard for consumer products and child care products in the US market. When entering the US market, the CPSIA certification report can be used for customs clearance. The bill's program number is HR4040. The main specification for products containing lead or children's products with lead paint prohibits the sale of certain products containing phthalates. The testing items include rubber, pacifier, children's bed with railing, children's metal jewelry, etc.
ASTM F963: American toy testing standard ASTM is a mandatory standard for toy testing in the United States. As long as it is a toy exported to the United States, ASTM testing is required. Amazon requires that the toy products on its shelves must pass the ASTM F963 safety standard, and submit test reports and corresponding materials on Amazon. In general, the first three parts of ASTM F963 are tested: physical and mechanical properties test, flammability test and eight toxic heavy metal tests. For undetected toy products, Amazon may delete relevant product information, suspend the permission to add new products or publish products, and withhold payments due.