Environmental indicators of children’s room partition

It is extremely important to avoid indoor environmental pollution in children’s rooms during decoration, and attention should be paid to the following aspects.

1. The indoor air quality pre-evaluation method should be used in the decoration design to guess the release concentration of harmful substances in the indoor environment after the decoration, and reserve a certain release floating space. Because even if the indoor environment after renovation meets the standard, after the furniture is placed, the furniture will release a certain amount of indoor environmental pollutants.

2. Use decoration materials that meet the limit of hazardous substances.

3. Environmentally-friendly materials should also be used for auxiliary materials in construction, especially waterproof coatings, adhesives, paint solvents (thinners), putty powder, etc.

4. Advocate simple decoration and minimize the amount of material and construction.

5. It is best not to paste wallpaper in the room to reduce pollution sources.

6. ​​Do not use natural stones in children’s rooms, such as marble and granite, which are the main causes of indoor radon pollution.

7. It is best to choose water-based paints and coatings for children’s rooms, and the price may be higher; do not choose too bright colors, the brighter the paint and coatings, the content of heavy metal substances is relatively high, these heavy metal substances are easily caused by contact with children Lead and mercury poisoning.

8. Sign an environmental protection decoration contract with the decoration company. The contract requires the construction party to provide an indoor environment test report stamped with the CMA seal upon completion.

9. When buying furniture, especially children’s room furniture, it is best to choose solid wood furniture. The paint of the furniture is preferably water-based. When buying, please see if there is an environmental protection test report.

10. Do not display plastic floors in children’s rooms. Some foamed plastic products (similar to slippers) on the market, such as floor puzzles, will release a large amount of volatile organic substances, which may affect the health of children.