Why do packets of CE-F1 hand held outdoor sparklers except Bright Star, omit the advice to wear gloves?

AnthonyUKpyro

Royal Knight the 1st
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I have noticed that many brands of CE-F1 hand held outdoor sparklers except Bright Star, omit the sensible advice to wear gloves while holding them, why?

It is sensible for users especially children to wear gloves holding these to protect the hands from hot falling sparks of the wires (and falling hot slag on coloured / crackling sparklers), this can be hot falling onto the skin.

If I marketed outdoor hand held sparklers under CE-F1, they would contain the advice to "hold the handle in a gloved hand at arm's length", even though that belongs to the defunct BS 7114 which is history, safety first counts when it comes to sparklers at a bonfire / NYE / Diwali / Chinese New Year celebration not European nonsense.
 
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