Winnie The Pooh (c. 2000) Disney Baby Cup: 26,700 ppm Lead [Over 90 ppm Lead is unsafe for use by kids.]

Winnie The Pooh (c. 2000) Disney Baby Cup: 26,700 ppm Lead + 95 ppm CadmiumWhen tested with an XRF instrument (with each test done for a minimum of 60 seconds) this small ceramic Winnie-the-Pooh baby cup (purchased new c. 2000) had the following readings (metals not listed were not detected.)

Outside of Cup:

  • Lead (Pb): 26,700 +/- 700 ppm
  • Cadmium (Cd): 95 +/- 14 ppm
  • Barium (Ba): 298 +/- 73 ppm
  • Chromium (Cr): 3,493 +/- 192 ppm
  • Zinc (Zn): 19,300 +/- 600 ppm
  • Iron (Fe): 3,757 +/- 296 ppm
  • Vandium (V): 469 +/- 68 ppm
  • Titanium (Ti): 1,126 +/- 119 ppm

Inside Of Cup (Blue):

  • Lead (Pb): 22,700 +/- 600 ppm
  • Barium (Ba): 400 +/- 74 ppm
  • Zinc (Zn): 18,800 +/- 600 ppm
  • Iron (Fe): 794 +/- 164 ppm
  • Vandium (V): 673 +/- 77 ppm
  • Titanium (Ti): 1,772 +/- 146 ppm
  • Zirconium (Zr): 2,112 +/- 78 ppm
  • Cobalt (Co): 585 +/- 108 ppm

Modern dishes intended for use by children are not allowed to test positive for Lead at these levels. Paint or coating on newly manufactured items intended for use by children is required to be under 90 ppm Lead and the substrate (the clay in this case) is required to be under 100 ppm Lead.

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Tamara Rubin
#LeadSafeMama Winnie The Pooh (c. 2000) Disney Baby Cup: 26,700 ppm Lead + 95 ppm Cadmium

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