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This complete test kit can be used to easily check for poisonous lead on any surface including: toys, dishes, paint, dust, mini-blinds, food cans, plumbing, water, and other items. The kit can be used in your house to test up to four separate surfaces for lead content and provides immediate results.
1) Wipe the toy clean
2) Dip the enclosed cotton swab into the solution provided
3) Rub it on the toy
If the cotton swab changes color - it contains lead. With each First Alert Lead Test Kit you can test at least 4 surfaces making it the most economical solution on the market.
Lead is very poisonous to human beings. Even tiny amounts of it in our blood, measured in millionths of grams (micrograms), can harm our health. Children absorb more lead than adults and are at a higher health risk. More than one million American children may have blood lead levels needing medical attention, and more than one million children may be somewhat mentally or emotionally impaired by lead exposure. If you are concerned about the potential for lead containing surfaces or items in your home, the First Alert lead test kit can be used to confirm or deny your suspicions. --Bree Norlander
What's in the Box
Lead test kit materials that will test at least four different surfaces and user's manual
Primary sources of lead exposure:
Protect yourself and your children from poisonous lead with our DIY Home Lead Test Kit. Test for lead paint and other sources in your home. For immediate results of contamination on hard surfaces simply rub on and if color changes, lead is present. No waiting for lab analysis and no extra fees.
Tested on a 1957 boat I was restoring. Had to strip the boat to bare metal and was worried. I would otherwise just grind the stuff off and not think about it. Read morePublished 4 days ago by blah
Found an adorable mid-century bean pot at the Goodwill and snapped it up. Then I started worrying that I might poison my family if I wasn't careful, so I ordered this test kit. Read morePublished 21 days ago by A. Edwards
I bought these to test cast iron pans that may have been used to melt lead. Unlike some other brands which indicate bright red, it turns out that these are supposed to turn... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kevin Krumwiede
There are a few problems with this test kit:
1) Vinegar is a corrosive. it will react with copper and "etch" anything that contains copper thereby ruining the item... Read more
Easy to use, just dip a cotton swab in the vial and rub it on the surface -- a color change indicates presence of lead. Read morePublished 2 months ago by rgonzale
The test kit is simple to use. It showed immediately that my china pattern does contain lead (or possibly some other element that causes the color change reaction). Read morePublished 2 months ago by Phillip Herzog
I'm not sure what to think of this test. I followed the leach method for paint 1st. The solution turned just barely off-white, maybe light yellow. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amber Rice
It showed that the dishes that I have been eat holiday dinners on for 60 years has lead. Now I know what's wrong with me.Published 7 months ago by Mary M Flowers