Product Maintenance

Use the words; MAINTENANCE; EXPECTANCY; WARRANTY; STYLE; BATTERIES to fill in the gaps on the opposite side of the card
Many products have a life __________ based on some degree of maintenance, e.g. simple products like personal stereos need to have the _________ changed regularly. Complex products, e.g. cars gave very detailed ___________ schedules
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Why is it important that there is an international code for clothing manufactureres
So consumers know how to look after and protect their clothing regardless of where it has been made
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Name FOUR care symbols you would expect to see on clothing
IRONING TEMPERATURES (dots); TUMBLE DRYING; FABRIC MATERIAL CARE LABLES; WASHING SYMBOLS
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Name SIX symbols that inform the consumer about the maintenance and storage of products
PRODUCT IS SUITABLE FOR FREEZING; KEEP AWAY FROM MAGNETIC FIELDS; KEEP AWAY FROM NAKED FLAMES; LOW BATTERY; STORE THIS WAY UP; BE CAREFUL WHEN LIFTING
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Use these words; TROWN AWAY; ARE; CONVINENET; ROOM; RAW MATERIALS; AREN'T; ACCIDENTLY; DELIBERATELY; to fill in the gaps on the opposite side of the card
Planned Obsolescence is when a product has been ____________ designed to be ______ ____ after a certain period of time, e.g. disposable razors and cameras. These products are often __________ to use, but they can use up the same amounts of ___ ______
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and energy as more long-lasting products. The _____ environmentally friendly.
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Why is it important that there is an international code for clothing manufactureres

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So consumers know how to look after and protect their clothing regardless of where it has been made

Card 3

Front

Name FOUR care symbols you would expect to see on clothing

Back

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Card 4

Front

Name SIX symbols that inform the consumer about the maintenance and storage of products

Back

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Card 5

Front

Use these words; TROWN AWAY; ARE; CONVINENET; ROOM; RAW MATERIALS; AREN'T; ACCIDENTLY; DELIBERATELY; to fill in the gaps on the opposite side of the card

Back

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