These Mini Star brand leather baby shoes (with a puppy dog design) were tested with an XRF instrument in 2013. They were negative for lead. Exact date of manufacture is unknown. Click here to see more baby shoes that I have tested. Here’s an example of a new shoe from this company (on Amazon).* *Amazon […]
Watch this short video to learn more! Thank you! To see more baby shoes I have tested, click here! Chip in in support of my independent consumer goods testing here. Any amount helps! Do new baby shoes have lead? from Tamara Rubin on Vimeo.
These golden baby shoes were shipped direct from China in 2018, so they may or may not be a knock off of this brand of shoe, however they did test negative for lead, cadmium, arsenic and mercury when tested with an XRF instrument. All accessible components tested.
When the owner of these shoes came to a testing event, she had a few of her dishes and other household items tested. Then one of the other mothers there suggested her baby’s shoes be tested (as she was already on her way out the door!) These golden moccasins were positive for lead at 1,674 […]
Scroll down for video. In response to concern of parents around the country about the potential for lead (Pb) contamination in “Jelly Shoes” sold by Walmart, I decided to take a trip to Walmart with my friend Carissa from Creative Green Living and to bring with us an X-Ray fluorescence spectrometer (also called an XRF […]
Carissa and I posted this video (embedded video is at the bottom of the page) on Facebook yesterday evening at 5:27 p.m. Just over 25 hours later, at 6:37 p.m. tonight, the video had 22,000+ views and the post had reached 73,494 people! Just 19 minutes later I checked back and the views were at 23,000+ […]
This older Robeez* baby shoe tested positive for lead: 626 ppm lead (yellow), 264 ppm lead (red), 40 ppm lead (brown sole) . Older “hand-me-down” Robeez shoe… (Year unknown, from before the new legislation I hope! – I mean really how many babies put their shoes in their mouth!) Newer Robeez brand shoes (post 2010) […]