#GuerrillaXRFTesting: Recycled Tinted Glass & Cocktails!

Please check out this little video below that Carissa (from Creative Green Living) and I made, testing recycled tinted glass from Spain, hot of the display shelf at Target!

As we say in the video, recycled glass is often very high in lead.  I can’t say from looking at a product if it is going to leach into a beverage or not (as leaded crystal has been documented to do), but at levels like we found in this video below, I think it’s not worth the risk when there are so many lead-free glass options out there!

Click here to see similar copper mugs on Amazon.

If you appreciate what I do & would like to support my advocacy work (including the XRF testing I do of consumer goods) please consider clicking through to Amazon from one of my links before shopping (and I will get a percentage of what you spend, at no extra cost to you!) OR click here to make even a small contribution via my GoFundMe, every $5 or $10 (or whatever you can afford) makes a big difference during what is currently a very difficult transition time for me. Thank you!

Affiliate link disclosure: If you choose to purchase any items after clicking the Amazon links above, Amazon pays me a small kick back as a thank you for sending business their way. It doesn’t cost you anything extra and helps support this website, allowing me to keep sharing information about childhood lead poisoning prevention (as well as making it possible for me to keep sharing about safe products for your home and family) ... Sharing this information in turn helps families everywhere protect their children from potential environmental toxicity in their homes. I only link to products that are the same as (or very similar to) ones that I either have direct personal experience with in my home or that I have personally tested with an XRF Instrument and found to be lead-safe or lead-free. March 2017
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