Is the ink used for the edding 4500 textile marker suitable for designing textiles that come into contact with babies and may even be put in their mouth?

No, the edding textile marker is not so well suited to this. As babies like to put things in their mouths, we do not recommend using the markers for these purposes, as the saliva-fastness of the ink in the textile markers has not been tested. This is why they are not approved for use on children's toys. For writing on textiles it is always important that it is a suitable material, it should be free of finish. Afterwards the painting should be ironed on. To prevent the paint from washing out too quickly, the maximum washing temperature of 60 degrees should be observed.

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