#Leaded: Hevea Baby Bottle

One of my readers informed me last night (New Year’s Eve, 2017/2018) that this Hevea baby bottle tested positive for lead when tested with a LeadCheck swab. The part that was positive for lead is the painted “Hevea” logo on the outside of the glass bottle that is inside the natural rubber ball.  I am having one of these bottles sent to me this week so that I can also test it with an XRF instrument to confirm the presence of lead and – it is positive for lead with an XRF, to quantify the amount of lead present in the logo of this bottle.  In the meantime I recommend not letting your child use this product OR use it with a different interior glass bottle until futher notice.

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2 Responses to #Leaded: Hevea Baby Bottle

  1. Marissa @ Pregnancy Cramps January 11, 2018 at 10:21 pm #

    Do you have a list of brands/products with lead, I should stay away from?

    • Tamara January 12, 2018 at 9:29 am #

      There are over 800 posts and pages here on this site and most of them are items and brands with lead in at least one component. look up “leaded” in the search bar for starters (or “lead free”) and you can also search by categories of items.

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