Attempting to sand lead paint off a surface will release lead contaminated dust into the air. If you are not properly protected, you can end up breathing in this lead … Read more
Breathing in lead dust is a possible source of lead poisoning. Repeated lead exposure can hinder brain development in children and damage the kidneys and nervous system.
The most common source of lead poisoning in adults is lead-contaminated dust found in work environments. Some lead related jobs and work environments include: Battery manufacturing Automotive parts manufacturing Automotive … Read more
All phosphates, including trisodium phosphate (TSP) are excessively damaging to the environment, particularly lakes and rivers. More than 19 states and several counties in 15 other states limit the phosphorous … Read more
Regular indoor dust tends to contain a mix of sloughed-off skin cells, hair, clothing fibers, bacteria, dust mites, bits of dead bugs, soil particles, pollen, and microscopic specks of plastic. Lead-contaminated dust … Read more
Ledizolv was the first scientifically formulated lead-specific detergent designed to remove lead contaminated dust. Ledizolv was introduced in 1993 in response to increased demand for lead dust removal products. Ledizolv … Read more
A 16 oz bottle will clean the floors and walls of a small apartment. A gallon bottle will clean the floors and walls of a small house. A 5 gallon … Read more