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#LeadedMugs; Dollar Store – #1 Mom!

901 ppm lead. #DollarStore,  Purchased c. 2010. —— The current amount of lead that is considered toxic in an item intended for children is anything over 90 ppm lead. Items intended for adults (including dishware) are generally unregulated for total lead content as detectable with an XRF. #XRFTesting This is one of several posts where I […]

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#LeadedStarbucks: 2006 White Mug

2006 Starbucks Mug. Made in China. Interior & exterior white glaze: 66 ppm lead. Logo (words): 1,122 ppm lead & 266 ppm arsenic. #XRFTesting This is one of several posts where I will share very little information and really focus on the photos and the XRF Test results.  If you have an interest in learning more about these posts […]

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#LeadedMugs: Starbucks White Mug 2016

Plain white Starbucks mug purchased new in 2016: 89 ppm lead, considered safe by all standards – but still positive. #XRFTesting This is one of several posts where I will share very little information and really focus on the photos and the XRF Test results.  If you have an interest in learning more about these posts (likely […]

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Leaded China: Franciscan Autumn

Franciscan Autumn plate & saucer: as high as 716,100 ppm lead Autumn Pattern: 1955 – 1966 Also: 73,000 ppm arsenic Note: the plate was higher lead than the bowl, and they look like they are from different batches based on the maker’s marks on the bottom.  The bowl / saucer was in the neighborhood of […]

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