1. In general, the plush produced by better manufacturers is exquisitely made, good quality, and relatively safe.
2. See if the hair is shed:
When you can buy it, just grab it. If only a few hairs fall off, it is normal. If it falls in clusters, don’t buy it.
Check the connecting parts of the plush, such as the neck, legs, buttocks, and the like.
If there is an open line, it is best not to buy it.
There is another way to check: just smell the smell.
If the smell of plush is very pungent, it is not good.
If you are afraid of deformation, you can just rub it and squeeze it when you can buy it. Generally, it is the baby’s face that is easier to deform. If it cannot be restored in a short time, it is not good. These are the precautions.