Stationery purchase attention
At the beginning of the new semester, the stationery market has entered a “golden sales period.” To ensure that the school supplies purchased by the majority of students are safe and reliable.
Law enforcement officers remind students:
When buying stationery, one is to choose stationery produced by a regular manufacturer, and carefully check whether there is a manufacturer’s name, address, telephone number, instructions for use, and whether there is a product inspection certificate.
Second, do not buy stationery products with too strong fragrance, but choose light-colored and tasteless varieties, because many scented stationery and correction fluids contain toxic chemicals such as phenol, formaldehyde, and mercury in varying degrees;
Third, primary school students should use correction fluid as little as possible, and don’t develop the habit of chewing on stationery;
The fourth is to ask for invoices or shopping vouchers from the merchant when purchasing stationery. Only when there is a problem with the stationery can you better protect your legitimate rights and interests.