Kiddi Product Safety

KiddiTouch Pledge

From the date KiddiTouch was founded, we have sold various items of children's toys and babycare products to multicultural families. We care about your little one's safety and your peace of mind and that's why we adhere to strict to all relevant local, national and international safety standards as well as our own rigorous testing.

We are committed to providing this level of service where not only our final customers but also our distributes and whole sellers can confidently shop knowing that product safety is one of our primary objectives. We are constantly upgrading our testing and inspection processes on products from wherever they are sourced to maintain this promise.

KiddiTouch Safe Play Guide

Whilst every effort is made to ensure that toys are safe it is vital that our little ones are playing safely with them too.

To help you keep your kids safe, we have produced this guide to safe play.

  1.  Buy the right toy for the right age child.
  2. Check age recommendations on the pack and any age warnings, especially if it's mentioned that the item is not suitable for children under 3 years.  
Parental Supervision

These age warnings are for safety reasons and should be strictly followed.

·                     Little children under 3 years love to put things in their mouth so make sure they do not play with toys with small parts.
·                     Regularly check for broken or damaged toys and throw them away. Once they are broken you can't be sure they are still safe.
·                     Always read and follow manufacturer's instructions as they contain important information.
·                     Ensure older children keep their toys away from younger children as they might not be safe for younger hands.
·                     Tidy toys away where possible to avoid trips and falls.
·                     Make sure your child always wears protective safety equipment where appropriate e.g. Bike helmets, knee and elbow pads.
·                     It's equally important that the parental supervision during play is always necessary.