#LeadFree Sink Handle (for a bathroom or kitchen sink?)! This one is essentially 100% nickel! Nickel or stainless steel are good #SaferChoices for something like this. Note: if you have yellow brass handles for your sink there is a chance they can be high lead, and there’s even a chance that they can have lead that […]
Sink Harware?: 5510 ppm lead. It’s not uncommon for sink hardware to be high lead. If you are seeing this on Facebook click the image for more info! Stainless steel is a good #SaferChoice for something like this, although lead in a kitchen or bathroom hardware piece like this is not likely to present a hazard […]
Vintage Milk Glass Salt & Pepper Shakers. 57,800 ppm lead (on the painted decorations). Lids are lead-free (non-detect for lead with XRF). XRFTesting. To help research safer choices for your family, click here. To learn more about testing for lead, click here.
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 […]
KitchenAide Mixer Blade & Dough Hook: Between 600 – 800 ppm lead!!! This is MY KitchenAid – from my wedding to my ex-husband in 1994. I had tested the blue part before and it was negative and before testing the blades from my friends’ mixers it NEVER occurred to ME to test my own blades (doh!) – […]