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Bambu Organic Bamboo Baby Spoon

Small organic bamboo wooden baby spoon. By “Bambu” Free of all heavy metals. Amazon Affiliate link for this product: No lead. No cadmium. No Arsenic. No Mercury. Good choice all around! Tested with an XRF instrument. Please consider supporting my independent consumer goods testing and advocacy work with a contribution!  I am still working […]

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Vintage Enamelware Camping Spoon.

Vintage enamelware camping spoon 412 parts per million (ppm) lead. As tested with an XRF. The amount of lead that is considered unsafe in the coating (paint, glaze, etc.) of an item intended for children is 90 ppm lead. Dishware and vintage items are not regulated in regards to total lead content. – Http:// – […]

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Stainless Steel Spoon: Lead Free.

Stainless Steel Spoon:  Lead Free (NonDetect/ ND for Pb). All modern stainless steel utensils I have tested have been lead free. How to choose stainless flatware: Single component metal (seamless) Unpainted / Undecorated (no enamels) Marked (stamped in to the metal): “Stainless” or “Stainless Steel” or a number representing the metal grade. Stainless Steel is primarily composed […]

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#XRFTesting: Stainless Flatware for Children

Children’s Stainless Steel Silverware / Flatware sets: Non-Detect for Lead, Mercury, Cadmium and Arsenic. Exact items tested are in photo below. Stainless Steel is primarily composed of chromium, nickel, and iron.  Iron in stainless is usually in the 750,000 to 850,000 ppm range. Chromium in stainless is usually in the 120,000 to 182,000 ppm range. […]

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