miscellaneous goods such as artificial flowers, bags and cases, shoelaces and toys.
What are the rules?
The label or marking must be in English, clearly readable and not less than 1.5 mm high. It must be easily accessible for you to read.
The label should include a list of the fibres used from the highest amount to lowest amount, and may include percentages, for example:
80% cotton, 20% elastane
The label must be a permanent label which you can see when examining the clothing. It must be on the good, or if it is not able to be seen because of the way the good is packaged, displayed or folded, it should also be on a removable label or the packaging.
Some goods (such as baby bibs, hosiery and household cleaning cloths) do not need a permanent label but they must still provide fibre content information on a removable label or packaging.