Published December 15, 2019
Hello all! I created this post to be a summary post (a directory of a kind) to answer this question for those starting from the “Start Here” page. Below are links to some of my more important posts about testing for Lead. Most of these are also linked in the header menu that can be found on every page of the website under “Lead Testing”. Click here to go back to the “Start Here” post. As with everything I write about, I am trying to give my readers a starting point to do their own research and better know what questions to ask and what points to consider when making decisions for their family.
Please let me know if you think I am missing anything from the list below.
- Testing Blood for Lead
- Testing Dishes for Lead
- Testing Toys for Lead
- Testing Water for Lead
- Testing Soil for Lead
- How to interpret soil test results
- Ways of testing for Lead
- Using home Lead-test kits (video)
- Things you should test using XRF technology
- Things you should test using home test kits / reactive agent swab testing
- Testing your home for Lead
- What can I expect when an inspector comes to test?
- Can a home inspector test my toys and consumer goods while they are here?
- Can I test myself instead of testing my baby?
- A post discussing the importance of prenatal and preconception testing.
- Tamara can you test one of my dishes?
- Tamara, can you come to my home and test my things?
- What is a “clearance test”?
- Can you use XRF technology to test supplements?
As always, please let me know if you have any questions. I will do my best to respond to you as soon as I can!