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Vintage Dynaware Pyr-O-Rey milk glass casserole: 9,804 ppm Lead, 2,204 ppm Arsenic, 413 ppm Cadmium.
Vintage (1972-1988) Corning Spice-o-Life Casserole: 26,500 ppm Lead [90 ppm is unsafe*] & 236 ppm Cd [75 is unsafe.]
Textbook corporate response from Corning 12/28/18 – to the findings of high levels of Lead in their vintage products.
Vintage Light Green Pyrex Small Casserole: 65,200 ppm Lead + 200 ppm Cadmium + 699 ppm Antimony.
“How much Lead is in my vintage Pyrex?” Here are pictures of each one I’ve tested, with links to test results.
“How much Lead is in my vintage Corning casserole?” Here are pictures of each one I’ve tested, with links to test results.
Corningware 3-Quart Casserole Dish: 29,900 ppm Lead + 602 ppm Cadmium [90 ppm Lead is considered unsafe for kids.]
Corningware (c. 1985-1990) Pastel Bouquet Pattern Casserole: 20,400 ppm Lead + 205 Cadmium [90 ppm Lead is toxic.]
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