Testing for Lead in Consumer Items for Children

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The recent recalls of children’s toys, jewelry, clothing and other products have prompted consumers to seriously consider what lead hazards may be in their homes.

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Created by: Team GoCanvas
Type: Tests
Language: English
Country: United States of America

When it comes to lead, the greatest hazard is most likely invisible lead dust from deteriorated lead-based paint. If you live in a home built before 1978, have a licensed lead risk asses¬sor check your home. Parents or caregivers should consult their child’s pediatrician about getting a blood lead test if they believe their child may have been exposed to lead. The Testing for Lead in Consumer Items for Children mobile app covers XRF Testing, Color Change Tests and Laboratory Tests. GoCanvas apps can email your submitted data as a CSV.

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