Today’s Parent Magazine has reported Lead Inspector™ as a “reputable” lead test kit on the market!
National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week – October 20 – 26, 2013 “Lead-Free Kids for a Healthy Future”
CDC advisers call for less allowable lead, September 2013 - Here’s what you can do to protect your child now
Environmental Protection Agency: Protect Your Family (from lead)
June 13, 2013: Lead Poisoning Now Affects 1 In 38 Children, Details
MAYO CLINIC Lead Information: Lead Poisoning
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development - About Lead-Based Paint
Listen to an NPR interview about Abotex Lead Test Kits: Testing Toys For Lead
Global Lead Advice and Support Service (GLASS) : Great site with lots of LEAD information, located in Australia. Click HERE
January 2013: Science Buddies science project: Get the Lead Out: Explore the Effects of pH on Lead Testing.
August 7, 2012: Consumer Product Safety Commission (lead content in children’s products): Total Lead Content
May 2012: The CDC lowered the limit for child lead poisoning from 10 mcg per deciliter to five.
Jan. 8, 2009: CPSC Clarifies Requirements of New Childrens Product Safety Laws Taking Effect in February 2009 – Guidance Intended for Resellers of Childrens Products, Thrift and Consignment Stores.
Aug. 2008: LEAD INSPECTOR™ Lead Test Kits rated as the #1 Lead Test Kit in the marketplace by a leading Consumer Reporting agency.
Jan. 7, 2008: Press Release! CARELINK Health of WV sends LEAD INSPECTOR™ Lead Test Kits to over 11,000 Medicaid Families to test Christmas toys for lead.
Dec. 2007: LEAD INSPECTOR™ was listed as a “Top Lead Test Kit” by a leading consumer reporting agency and is “a superior test for pink or red items because if those shades of paint bled onto a competitor’s swab, it might falsely appear to be positive” Many toys are pink or red which is a big concern.