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« Reply #15 on: June 15, 2015, 02:28:03 pm »

I look at it like this... back in the day food items such as a popcorn maker was dressed in paints that had lead and all kinds of things in them and most of those ol' codgers are living up and in their 90s while the "healthy" lifestyle peps are keeling over with heart attacks and running in front of buses...  to me if it looks good and is easy to clean, roll with it...


A voice of reason ....I like that.........Everything has a warning
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« Reply #16 on: June 22, 2015, 12:38:45 am »

I look at it like this... back in the day food items such as a popcorn maker was dressed in paints that had lead and all kinds of things in them and most of those ol' codgers are living up and in their 90s while the "healthy" lifestyle peps are keeling over with heart attacks and running in front of buses...  to me if it looks good and is easy to clean, roll with it...

Remember when tin cans were seemed together with lead?  Yup, ate out of a lot of those cans so I definitely see your point.  But I also believe in reasonable caution too.  I had never looked at the MSDS sheet for the shellac so I do find that info interesting.  I'd also be curious to know what the original coating is made out of, I mean it doesn't really matter I'm just curious. 
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« Reply #17 on: June 22, 2015, 07:53:34 am »

I look at it like this... back in the day food items such as a popcorn maker was dressed in paints that had lead and all kinds of things in them and most of those ol' codgers are living up and in their 90s while the "healthy" lifestyle peps are keeling over with heart attacks and running in front of buses...  to me if it looks good and is easy to clean, roll with it...

Remember when tin cans were seemed together with lead?  Yup, ate out of a lot of those cans so I definitely see your point.  But I also believe in reasonable caution too.  I had never looked at the MSDS sheet for the shellac so I do find that info interesting.  I'd also be curious to know what the original coating is made out of, I mean it doesn't really matter I'm just curious. 

Same here...lead must be everywhere Roll Eyes
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