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1X1inch Foam Puzzle Play Mat / Non Toxic 80kg/cbm Kids Foam Squares

1X1inch Foam Puzzle Play Mat / Non Toxic 80kg/cbm Kids Foam Squares

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    1X1inch Foam Puzzle Play Mat


    1X1inch Kids Foam Squares


    80kg/Cbm Kids Foam Squares

  • Item
    Kids Foam Mat
  • Feature
  • Function
  • Material
    EVA + PE
  • Shape
    Flower, Star
  • With Edges
  • Place of Origin
    China,TAIWAN Technology
  • Brand Name
  • Certification
    EN71, REACH, Formamide
  • Model Number
  • Minimum Order Quantity
  • Price
  • Packaging Details
    by shrink film and carton
  • Delivery Time
    15 days after receiving the deposit
  • Payment Terms
  • Supply Ability

1X1inch Foam Puzzle Play Mat / Non Toxic 80kg/cbm Kids Foam Squares

1'X1' Non-Toxic Eva Foam Kids Puzzle Mat

Size: 30cm x 30cm Density: 80kg/cbm
Thickness: 10mm Hardness: 30-33 degree shore C
Colour: Multi Colour Test Report: CE, EN71,2,3


Note: Numbers or Shapes are removable. Also, foam products can be punctured under sharp animal nails, rough use, high heels, and moving furniture.
Material – Soft and safe closed cell EVA foam.
Size – Contains 10 tiles that are roughly 12" x 12" 
Thickness – 10 mm (Roughly 3/8")

OEM accpted with clients logo or details requirement 

Using soft EVA foam floor mats provide a fun, cushioned surface for your little one. Made of 12"X12" & 24"x24" interlocking foam pieces, the mats create a soft base for creative play, insulate your child from cold floors, and add a great contemporary look to any room.



Is EVA foam safe for babies?


After researching the issue and looking at it from every angle I can, I think that EVA foam is safe for use in baby products.

Yes, there are better alternatives for SURE and it’s always a good idea to avoid any sort of plastics or other materials that use chemicals as part of their manufacturing process because you never know what sort of contaminants might be lurking underneath the surface. However, the bulk of the information I’ve found shows that the potential risks associated with EVA foam seem overblown to me and both doctors and government regulatory agencies have tightened up their standards and tested items on the market for chemical exposure. As you’ll see, the issues don’t seem to hold up to scrutiny.