No lead in the black ceramic crock of this Hamilton Beach Stay Or Go pot (it tested completely negative for lead, mercury, cadmium & arsenic) BUT the white painted logo on the outer surface of the glass was positive for levels as high as 9,866 ppm lead. What to do about this?
- Notice if your logo is wearing
- consider hand washing the lid instead of dishwashing
- don’t use abrasives to clean it
- Ask the manufacturer to stop using lead paint on the logos of things.
- If it does begin to wear – perhaps you can try to remove it with paint remover? I don’t know if that would work, but if it does – please let us know!