Oeko-Tex Standard 100 is a worldwide testing and certification system for textile products. It covers all levels of processing in the supply chain to include yarns, fabrics, dyes, prints, linings, threads, sewing accessories, buttons, zippers and the final garments and textiles themselves.
Products, materials and garments certified Oeko-Tex Standard 100 are safe for humans to use and are free from harmful substances. As a global standard, the Oeko-Tex Standard 100 label is consistent across countries, upgraded every year, and granted to manufacturers on an annual basis.
Certification is completely voluntary and all testing is done by an independent third party. The Oeko-Tex certification considers all accountable ways that a harmful substance could potentially enter or be absorbed by the body. To become certified, an item or fabric must be tested and proven to be free from harmful levels of over 100 toxic chemicals that are still often used in (and allowed by!) the textile industry. Some of these substances include chlorinated phenols, carcinogenic and allergy-inducing dyes, AZO dyes, chloro-organic benzenes and toluenes, VOCs, heavy metals, organotin compounds (TBT and DBT) and formaldehyde. No thanks!
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