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Which fabric of raincoat is toxic? Some raincoats will emit a smell of smelly rubber, which will cause dizziness.
Aug 02, 2018


    Maybe you buy a raincoat with a high PVC content. Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is a jelly translucent plastic raincoat that you often see outside. This raincoat is cheap but easy to break. Nylon plus polyvinyl chloride is a layer of PVC waterproof layer on the inner surface of the nylon fabric. Its price is moderate and it is not easy to be damaged. It is the main material for raincoats.

    PVC, polyvinyl chloride, etc. are commonly used in raincoats, building materials, plastic films, plastic boxes, etc. Excellent plasticity and low price, so it is very common to use. It can only heat up to 81 °C. It is easy to produce bad materials at high temperatures. It is rarely used in food packaging. It is difficult to clean and residue. Do not recycle. Do not buy if you drink. .

    Raincoats containing PVC and PVC will have an impact on your baby's health. It is recommended not to wear them. If you buy a raincoat, buy a brand better, so that it can be worn for a long time without harm to the human body.

    It is also important to note that when the raincoat is used up, it is best to wipe it with a dry cloth and dry it naturally in a cool place. Do not expose it to the sun; when cleaning the raincoat, do not smash, so that the PVC and nylon cloth will be detached, causing air to penetrate. Foaming.


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