At this rate, LeadSafeMama will see it’s 2,000,000th page-view by the end of May 2019!

Thank you everyone!
It will be fun to see when this prediction comes through.

One Response to At this rate, LeadSafeMama will see it’s 2,000,000th page-view by the end of May 2019!

  1. Dawn March 4, 2019 at 10:29 am #

    I don’t even know how I “stumbled” onto your page last week, but it has been alarming to see that lead is still such a problem, even today. It never crossed my mind that my favorite vintage glassware – that our family of 6 uses everyday – would have lead in it and could be poisoning my family. I’ve been looking on your site for hours, learning, and I have not come across vintage Wexford by Anchor Hocking or Hazel Atlas Big Top Peanut Butter glassware. I’m scared to know because it’s probably very high in lead! Have I missed where you have already tested this? I’ve switched over to new Ball canning jars for now until I find a safe alternative.

    We also use a lot of various white dishes from Home Goods (which I have no idea if they have lead), but have switched to Crate and Barrel “Aspen” and the Corelle winter white dishes (box due to arrive today!) based on your testing. We live in Tacoma, WA and I would be interested in driving down to Portland to have items tested. Please let me know if that’s a possibility.

    And I have a few vintage white Pyrex dishes/lids from parents, grandparents that I love, but probably test high for lead – especially the designs.

    Thank you for all you do! I’m sorry for what your family has gone through.

    I’d love more suggestions for everyday drinkware. I saw the post on one option, but I’d like a few more to choose from…I apologize if I’ve missed answers to my questions that you’ve already done.

    Thank you,

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