#AskTamara Question: Tamara are there any modern clear glass dishes that are also lead-free? A: Yes! While vintage glassware is often positive for lead, and even some new clear glass products can test positive for trace* amounts of lead, there are several brands of clear glass dishware that I have tested that have been consistently […]
Vintage Anchor Hocking Plate: 44,700 ppm lead. Thanks to Jodi Benham for donating and supporting this post! Read more about testing dishes here. To see the #LeadFree dishes I use in my home, click here. For more #SaferChoices for your family, click here. To make a contribution in support of my independent consumer goods testing and lead […]
More #GuerrillaXRFTesting videos featuring Tamara and Carissa! Please watch and share and let us know if you have any questions! For more lead-free kitchen choices, click here! To support our work so we can make more of these videos, please consider donating to my GoFundMe! Thank you! Clear Drinking Glasses from Tamara Rubin on Vimeo.
Anchor Ovenware Loaf Pan: no lead – no mercury – no cadmium – no arsenic! I have these in my home, but this one belongs to my friend Gayle. Most modern clear glass is lead-free. Click here for more examples of testing of clear glass that I have done. Tested with an XRF. Apple included to show […]
Anchor Brand Made in USA Vintage (1980?) Mickey Mouse Club milk glass mug As high as 75,300 ppm lead and 15,400 arsenic in the painted design The milk glass is “non-detect” for lead and tested positive for arsenic at 8 ppm #XRFTesting This is one of several posts where I will share very little information […]
Close friends of mine know I have always been very passionate about baking. One of my very first business endeavors after graduating college was baking my famous biscotti (Auntie Tammy’s Biscotti) and selling it at local cafes in Marin County. Fast forward 27 years and now many of my followers want to know what I […]