STANDARD 100 CERTIFIED by OEKO-TEX®.
LABEL FOR TEXTILES TESTED FOR HARMFUL SUBSTANCES
The STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® certificate is the most widely used eco-label in the world and guarantees that any textile bearing the label has been tested and found free from over 300 harmful substances. The certification is based on the OEKO-TEX® catalogue of scientifically based criteria and neutral laboratory tests, taking into account a huge range of substances, both regulated and non-regulated, that could be harmful to health, as well as preventive parameters. In many cases, the limit values set for STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® are stricter than national and international requirements.
The types of products certified by the STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® certificate are grouped into four classes: Articles that may be in direct contact with the skin for babies and children up to three years of age (underwear, bed linen, towels, nappies, nappies, hygiene products, etc.), articles in direct contact with the skin (underwear, bed linen, T-shirts, socks, etc.), articles that are not in direct contact with the skin (jackets, coats, etc.) and decorative materials (tablecloths, curtains, upholstered furniture covers, etc.). Any type of product used in the textile industry can be tested: flock, yarn, fabric, ready-made garments, household products, textile accessories, buttons, foam, feather, down, etc.