DEFINITION OF GARMENT INSPECTION DEFECTS.

What is a critical defect?
A critical defect makes the product dangerous. Anything that contravenes legislation in effect is considered a critical defect. Thus any non-conformity referring specifically to the “toxicological charter” or to the “child safety regulations” shall be considered a critical defect.

What is a major defect?
A major defect is a defect detected by customers upon or after purchase. It can cause a lost sale or customer return and damage buyer brand image. Any defect that stands out due to its size or position on the garment is considered a major defect.

What is a minor defect?
A minor defect is a defect that affects neither the sale nor use of the product. Minor defects are quite hard to see.

Defects are also classified (depending on the extent of default) in major critical defects, and minor.

a.Critical defects are defects which are not allowed to carry and are the most serious defects (0%).

b. Major defects are serious defects that are not allowed on a certain percentage (3%) according to the needs of buyers

c. Minor defects are serious defects that are not allowed on a certain percentage (5%), according to buyers’ requirements

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