What certificate do JAPI clothes possess?

Do you care what kind of clothes your children wear? Do you know why it is good to prefer certified materials? What certificates should children's clothing have?

“Only the best for our children.”

This is what parents say, who nowadays choose wisely what clothes their children will wear, what toy they will buy for them or what they will equip their children's room with.
Parents naturally want the best for their children, and that's what we at JAPITEX want, too.

The materials from which we sew children's clothing and adult clothing is made of certified materials.

What is OEKO-TEX Standard 100 Certificate?

This certificate is obtained by materials that are strictly inspected once a year in special laboratories. The presence of harmful and dangerous substances is investigated.

According to VÚTCH Chemitex (Research Institute of Textile Chemistry), it is a “General, internationally accepted uniform system of testing and certification of textile raw materials, semi-finished products and finished products at all stages of production. Its aim is to ensure that products do not contain harmful substances.

These materials are tested for:

  • specially prohibited azo dyes
  • carcinogenic and allergenic dyes
  • formaldehyde
  • pesticides
  • chlorinated phenols
  • chlorinated benzenes and toluene
  • extractable heavy metals
  • colour fastness (colour embedding)
  • pH value
  • phthalates
  • organic tin compounds
  • volatile emissions
  • odour
  • biologically active products and flame retardants

Materials that pass this rigorous testing are classified into four classes.

OEKO-TEX Standard 100 – Class 1

This class meets the strictest criteria for products that are suitable for children. These are mainly textiles and textile toys for infants and young children up to 3 years of age.

This includes clothes for newborns, rompers, bodysuits, underwear, cloth diapers, cloth toys, etc.

OEKO-TEX Standard 100 – Class 2

These are textiles in which a large part of their surface is in direct contact with the skin. Shirts, blouses, socks, bed linen, towels, tights, etc.

OEKO-TEX Standard 100 – Class 3

This includes textiles that do not come into contact with the skin or only a small part is in contact with the skin. For example, jackets, coats, windbreakers, belts, etc.

OEKO-TEX Standard 100 – Class 4

Products that come into contact with the skin minimally. This includes home and decorative textiles, tablecloths, curtains, drapes, mattresses, upholstery materials, etc.

Health hazards for children

Poor quality children's clothing that contains harmful substances can endanger the child's health. Contact with such clothing irritates the baby's skin and leads to dangerous poisoning.

Children's clothing is in contact with the baby's skin for a long time, so the substances contained in the clothing can get through the skin layers to the internal organs.
The most common are various skin irritations, allergic reactions, wounds and blisters on the baby's skin. When harmful substances get into the deepest layers of the skin, they can cause various poisonings and even the collapse of the body.

Learn how to take care of children's clothes so that they last as long as possible and do not cause problems for babies.


Verify the supplier even for gifts.
You can reveal visible signs of danger after a thorough examination of the product.

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