Keeping children safe is every parent’s first priority. Things that are fine for adults can be hazardous for children, so babyproofing any home is essential. While some things are obvious, like keeping cleaning supplies locked away, certain toys may toe the line.
“The toilet roll test,” Holly said in the caption. “Grab a toilet roll. Grab a toy within your child’s age range. Try passing it through a toilet roll.”
If the toy passes through the toilet roll, then it isn’t safe for children to use unsupervised. If the toy doesn’t pass through, then your little one is good to go.
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“That’s such an amazing test. Thanks so much,” one user wrote.
“That’s such a good test,” another said.
“Anything that passes through the tube means it can go into their mouth and they can swallow it,” Orajiaka told TODAY.
However, parents should also be aware that some toys have small parts and batteries that could present as choking hazards when taken apart.
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