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Great news about lead testing

Posted by jenni_ca (My Page) on
Fri, Jan 30, 09 at 20:45

The voted 2-0 to grant a one year stay for the testing of items for children 12 and under!!

Here is a link that might be useful: NEWS from CPSC


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RE: Great news about lead testing

That is good news for those of us who make childrens things.


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RE: Great news about lead testing

I can understand the need to protect children, but it seems like crafters should be able to make a list of ingredients in their crafts. It could be available at fairs for parents to look at with copies to take away if anyone wanted. It would be a pain to make the list, but one list could do for all their chlildrens crafts with a disclaimer that each craft doesn't contain all items. It seems like something is going to happen since this is just for a year.
kathy


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