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Topic: Anyone know how much lead is in crystal trims?  (Read 313 times)
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MinnieMay9
« on: June 16, 2012 11:06:26 AM »

I've been thinking-up some bracelet ideas based on the one I found here: http://www.ornamentea.com/TheShop/TutorialPages/EverydayWrappedBracelet.html
The crystal trim I want to use has a little warning on it about how it contains lead and the state of CA says it is bad, blah blah.  The usual warning about lead.
I'm wondering if it has a lot or not.  I'm also wondering, as long as it is only in the crystal part of the trim, would it matter since it will be sitting on top of cording?
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