#Leaded: Newer Baldwin Brand Door Knob

Baldwin brand doorknob: 11,500 ppm lead. Tested in 2014.

Building components (like door knobs) are not regulated AT ALL for total lead content.

#SimpleSolution: look for stainless or nickel door knobs (and hardware or hinges.)

Avoid buying hardware:

  • with yellow brass finishes
  • with language like “nickel plated brass” or “stainless finish”
  • or where “stainless” or “nickel” is noted as the color, not the material!

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