Lead-free paint

Lead-free paint

A paint that does not contain any lead compounds.

lead-free paint

A paint which contains no white lead or similar lead compounds.
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2 million square metres with a whopping 26,000 litres of lead-free paint.
2mn sq m with a whopping 26,000 litres of lead-free paint.
The EACC participants heard that the switch to lead-free paint products could increase material costs by 2 percent "but the overall production cost is minimal.
They say surfaces should be monitored regularly for condition and, in particular, for flaking and cracking paint; paint in poor condition should be carefully removed and structures stabilised and repainted with lead-free paint.
Majority of paint manufacturers are launching environment-friendly, lead-free paint.
com SEA URCHIN BOWLS These pretty porcelain bowls, hand-painted inside and out to look like sea urchins, are decorated with lead-free paint, making them perfectly safe for serving up some piping-hot bouillabaisse.
COAT walls and furniture in non- toxic, lead-free paint varnish.
The copper layer formerly used to protect the silver coating has been replaced by a surface treatment, and lead-free paint is used to protect the reflecting component of the mirror.
that is in good condition is not a problem, nor is paint that has been painted over with lead-free paint, unless painted surfaces rub together and create dust (as on window frames).
He said Sapma members have committed "to produce only lead-free paint and, equally importantly, those retail members who join Sapma will not stock paint from a supplier unable to provide a declaration that his or her product is lead-free.
A YOU can paint dishes as long as you use a lead-free paint which is less than 30 per cent reflective (the manufacturers should be able to give you this information).