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December 09, 2008


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x-ray fluorescence

Lead poisoning creating more problems in the toys.Any one has to take step to reduce this lead in toys.


Thanks for the information on the device that tests for chemicals in products.



If we continue on this tend of toxic toys, I am exclusively going with electronics. But then not all parents have this choice if their children are too young to play a WII.


Yes, it's good to think of alternatives to plastic toys, metal, and painted toys for children. A friend of mine buys books. Electronics are a good idea.


JB Vyas

Good information. I would like to know the work done on this issue by anybody else.
JB Vyas

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