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Princeton Tec Byte Headlamp Flashlight: Lead Free

When tested with an XRF instrument this Princeton Tec Byte Headlamp / Flashlight had the readings below. Please note: I do not do deconstructive testing, I test items assembled / as they would be used. So if there is Lead on the inside (for example, with the battery) my test results would not have this information. […]

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GSI Outdoor 2018 Red Enamel Espresso Cup Camping Cup Baby Mug Lead Safe Mama 1

Does your baby’s cup have toxic heavy metals in it? This enamelware “baby cup” tested positive for 16,200 ppm Cadmium!

Please note: This is NOT a post just about one red enamelware baby cup, it’s an overview of safe and unsafe baby cups I have found and how to make sure you choose a safe cup for YOUR baby! Please take the time to read the whole post (scrolling past all the images) and to […]

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EcoLunchBoxes.com: Stainless Divided Plate

Ecolunchboxes Stainless divided plate: #LeadFree. My Amazon Affiliate Link: http://amzn.to/2gqwMIS Tested “non-detect” for lead using an XRF instrument.  FYI: 5,938 parts per million (ppm) Nickle (Ni.) This is a relatively low amount of nickel for something made of stainless steel. Most stainless is about 82,000 ppm nickel. Some stainless from Ikea that I have tested has […]

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Pratico Outdoors Clean Steel

“Pratico Outdoors” “Clean Steel” Tumbler #Cup #Glass #LeadFree! Tested “non-detect” for lead using an XRF instrument Amazon Affiliate Link for similar product: http://amzn.to/2wYVzye – Please consider supporting my independent consumer goods testing and advocacy work with a contribution!  I am still working to raise $30,000 towards legal (and other related) fees to defend my advocacy […]

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Vintage Enamelware Camping Spoon.

Vintage enamelware camping spoon 412 parts per million (ppm) lead. As tested with an XRF. The amount of lead that is considered unsafe in the coating (paint, glaze, etc.) of an item intended for children is 90 ppm lead. Dishware and vintage items are not regulated in regards to total lead content. – Http://www.GoFundMe.com/LeadSafeMama – […]

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