Please find a link below to certificates and related documents pertaining to our own Acrylic paints.
The documents apply to Outlines Acrylic paints available as a set of 12 and as individual tubes of each colour.
List of Colours
Titanium White, Lemon Yellow, Yellow Ochre, Vermillion, Crimson Red, Sap Green, Viridian, Cerulean Blue, Ultramarine Blue, Burnt Sienna, Raw Umber and Lamp Black.
These documents do not relate to any other products that are shown on this website.
Our paint is “Certified Toy Safe”, subject to Toy Standard Testing: BS EN 71-3: 2019, EN71-3: 2019
This document Contains The latest Test Report for the paints.
The colours in our set were re-tested in March 2020 to the latest standards and meet the requirements for
The MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET at the end.
The safety information document (MSDS) is supplied by the manufacturer and must be read together with the latest Tests.
For your convenience, the pdfs that together form the safety information for Outlines paints have been combined into One PDF Document.
Please click on the document name to read the joined documents – it opens in a new window or tab. You may download it for reference if you so wish. Please note: This document REPLACES all previously downloaded documents. It is advisasble to re-visit this page from time to time for updated information.
The Documents Combined are:
Outlines Cover page.
Intertek Report LTR20030108A dated Mar 24 2020 – 4 pages.
Eurofins Material Safety Data Sheet – 13 pages.
This applies to multiple products supplied by Shanghai Tianmao Stationery Co.,Ltd. – Outlines’ supply factory.
Clarification of ‘CE Certificate’
CE marking is a certification mark that indicates conformity with health, safety, and environmental protection standards for products sold within the European Economic Area (EEA). The CE marking is also found on products sold outside the EEA that have been manufactured to EEA standards.
Reading the Documents
The document is in pdf format and can be downloaded. The official pages cannot be edited. Your browser may be able to read the document but downloaded pdfs may require a third party application to read them.
You may need a copy of adobe acrobat to view the file. You can download the latest UK version by clicking here. This will open in a new window.
Page updated 26 March 2020