c. 2013 Crock Pot brand crockpot – ceramic liner…COMPLETELY LEAD FREE! #XRFTesting Tested with an XRF For lead-free slow-cooker options click here.
Crockpot liner – Sunbeam – 98 ppm lead. This is considered to be in the “safe” range by most standards (but still positive for lead!) #XRFTesting Tested with an XRF For lead-free slow-cooker options click here.
c. 2004 year old crockpot liner, Sunbeam: 360 ppm lead. #XRFTesting Tested with an XRF For lead-free slow-cooker options click here.
Crock pot (brand unknown) 52 ppm lead (probably safe). Please see the pics of other crockpots that I have tested for more information. The toxicity level for an item intended for children is 90 ppm lead. Anything under 90 ppm lead is consider safe – also by European standards. So while it is upsetting that […]
Rival crockpot black glazed ceramic liner: 119 ppm lead Suggestion – stainless cookers. All of the modern crockpots I have tested – like this one (with a few exceptions) have trace levels of lead. This is lead at a “contamination level” – not an “additive level” – meaning – they are not likely adding lead […]
In response to these posts (tea kettles that have tested positive for things like lead and cadmium) I wanted to share the following! Tea Kettles: A kettle is something you probably use every day for boiling water. We do in our house. As a result it totally makes sense to invest in one that is […]
As we have discussed a lot on my Facebook page, house keys often have very high levels of lead. Unfortunately children are inexplicably drawn to playing with your keys! While letting babies play with metal things that they might put in to their mouth is not generally a good policy… Kleynimals is a new company […]
Small newer Le Creuset ceramic pot (custard cup?): Both outside and inside tested positive for lead in the 118 to 131 ppm range ppm. The red outside also tested positive for arsenic at 67 ppm. (Lollipop included to show size.) Newer (exact age unknown). —- This item (since it was newer & manufactured by a […]
Le Creuset ceramic mixing bowl: 40,700 ppm lead on the outside – 117 ppm lead on the inside. Newer model. Exact year of manufacture unknown. Tested with an XRF —- #XRFTesting #LeadedDishes • #LeadSafeDishes For LEAD FREE mixing bowl choices, click HERE. For more safer choices in kitchenware options, click here. Note: I am not […]
Le Creuset teapot: 11,900 ppm cadmium on the outside & 103 ppm lead on the inside. Click here to read about #CadmiumConcerns Tested with an XRF —- #XRFTesting #LeadedDishes • #LeadSafeDishes For more safer choices in dishware options, click here.