When the red paint on these reusable glass milk bottles was tested with an XRF instrument it was positive for lead at levels as high as 20,500 +/- 500 ppm and for cadmium at 1118 +/- 48 ppm. To learn more about XRF testing, Click Here. There is currently (to my knowledge) no regulatory standard […]
Clear glass water bottle, Voss brand. The bottle and lid were negative for lead, mercury and arsenic – but the white writing on the outside was positive for trace (low levels) of cadmium, at 11 ppm. (+/- 6 ppm). If you have scrolled through the posts on my blog at all you have seen that […]
Clear glass spring water bottle, Starkey brand. Tested with an XRF instrument. Non-detect for Lead (Pb), Mercury (Hg), Arsenic (As) and Cadmium (Cd.) Thanks to Derek Robinson for donating and supporting this post! For more #SaferChoices for your family, click here. To make a contribution in support of my independent consumer goods testing and lead […]
Dr. Brown’s Baby Bottle. All components of this product tested negative (non-detect/ND) for lead when tested with an XRF instrument, however two components did test positive for trace levels of cadmium (considered safe by all current .standards) XRF Test Results: Cadmium Readings: Glass Bottle: 9+/-5 ppm. Nipple: 14 +/- 5 ppm. All other components were […]
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#LeadFree: LifeFactory Baby Bottle. All factory parts also negative for Cd, As, & Hg. All of the colors and all of the sizes of these bottles that I have tested have been the same (Pb, Cd, As & Hg free in all factory parts.). I do not know the vendor of the nipple on this […]
When tested with an XRF instrument, this Kerr Mason Jar (pictured here, year unknown) was positive for Lead at 23 parts per million. WAIT! DON’T PANIC! Almost all of the newer Ball Jars that I have tested have tested NEGATIVE for Lead and negative for Cadmium. These levels (of Lead and Cadmium) found here in […]