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The copper layer formerly used to protect the silver coating has been replaced by a surface treatment, and lead-free paint is used to protect the reflecting component of the mirror.
We're heartened to learn today that the results of these preliminary tests indicate that the contractor followed district specifications and guidelines in applying lead-free paint.
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).