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KitchenAid – 386 ppm lead (slow cooker). — The level of lead that is considered unsafe for an item intended for children is 90 ppm lead. Items like this are not regulated for total lead content (as detectable with an XRF instrument.) I am NOT saying that this item will poison you, but I AM […]
Crock pot: 81 ppm lead. Bare ceramic edge on bottom: 158 ppm lead Non detect for cadmium, mercury, arsenic. #XRFTesting Tested with an XRF For lead-free slow-cooker options click here.
TRU crockpot set, ceramic liner 135 ppm lead #XRFTesting Tested with an XRF For lead-free slow-cooker options click here.
Rival Crock Pot liner: 135 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. #XRFTesting Tested with an XRF For lead-free slow-cooker options click here.