What is a changing table? What should I do if the diaper table is listed on Amazon? Let's look down.
What is a changing table?
Changing table : A changing table is a self-supporting, elevating structure typically designed to support children up to 13.61 kg (30 lbs). The child is placed in a lying position, making it easier for the caregiver to change diapers. The diaper table can be used by other furniture items or after use as other furniture items , and can store diapers and diaper items. You will need to change your baby's clothes or diapers frequently (at least 2,000 times) during the first year of life. If you want to go a little easier, a changing table is a great option. Consulting: 18835648004
Changing table accessories : A changing table accessory can be attached to a crib or playpen to turn the latter into a changing table, which usually has a rigid frame with sides and /or bottom surrounded by a soft mesh fabric.
Diapering Table Attachments : A changing table attachment is a rigid item that can be attached to furniture, or a separate item that can be used with furniture to provide protection from rolling over when changing diapers.
Wave Diaper Pad : The wave pad is designed for use with a high table top, with high sides to prevent children from rolling off the changing table.
Fence : A fence is any component in a baby diaper changer designed to prevent children from rolling on or falling off the changing table.
The diaper table needs to be CPC to be listed on Amazon , so what is CPC?
CPC certification is the English abbreviation of Children's Product Certificate. The CPC certificate is similar to the domestic quality inspection report. After passing the relevant test and issuing the report, a certificate can be issued at the same time. The certificate lists the importer/exporter information, commodity information, and The relevant testing items that have been done and the regulations and standards they are based on.
Why do diaper tables do CPC?
Amazon platform will require merchants to upload CPC certificates when launching some categories of products (such as children's toys, baby products, etc.), and related children's products without CPC certificates are not allowed to be sold online. And children's toy products, maternal and infant products exported to the United States require CPC certification and CPSIA report for customs clearance.
Diaper table CPC requirements standard: consultation: 18835648004
Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (lead, phthalates); and
16 CFR Part 1130 (Consumer Registration Requirements for Durable Infant and Toddler Goods); and
Section 14(a)(5) of the Consumer Product Safety Act (tracking labels); and
ASTM F2388 – Standard 18 (Standard Consumer Safety Specification for Household Infant Diaper Changing Products); or
16 CFR Part 1235 (Baby Diaper Changing Requirements)