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at lest lead paint was basically color fast and lasted nearly for ever,
most of the crap they call paint to day is some poor stuff in comparison.
wish I could still get it for machinery and for equipment.
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For us that have been around for 40 or more years think of all the lead in our lungs (That's from the past and not now) that we breathed in from leaded gasoline. We are still around. While I sure do not want children to eat leaded paint, I really think people have good a little crazy over older paint (US) and imports having been painted with leaded paint.
Is it? I don't know the answer to that but I can't help but wonder if there aren't more toy companies involved than just Mattel. Could it be that they are the only ones so far that have issued a recall?
I decided to change calling the bathroom the "John" and renamed it the "Jim". I feel so much better saying I went to the Jim this morning.
I am sure others will pop. They are one of the biggest with the most popular. Can you imagine Barbie houses having the paint?
I think it was all traced to one factory in China the news article said. I knew it was going to spread into something larger when the guy committed suicide after the first recall. There have been 2 since.
You and Bob D. are the researchers. I'm sure we will have the accurate answer soon. I always have an answer, it is not always the right one