Bente Bente
Hi, I am using Versatex screen printing ink for children's t-shirts that I sell.
From Feb. 10 the new law require leadfree paint. I am no worried about how much lead there are in this paint?
Does anybody know?
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shibori-borealis shibori-borealis
Versatex printing inks are considered non-toxic and safe for school environments. Here is a link to the MSDS sheet for the specific:

[url="http://images.dharmatrading.com/pdf/MSDS/versatex-printing-inks.pdf"]http://images.dharmatrading.com/pdf/MSDS/versatex-printing-inks.pdf[/url]

[i]My apologies to the kind Jacquard people that I posted a link from Dharma Trading, but I couldn't find this information directly on your own site. If this information is indeed available here, please let us know. This is a rather important subject these days![/i]

[i]~Darlene[/i]
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[Deleted User] [Deleted User]
Hi Folks,

You can now find MSDS and CPSIA information on our web site [url="http://www.jacquardproducts.com/certs_cpsia.php"]here[/url].
...and thanks, Darlene, for passing along the info from Dharma, we appreciate all the input everyone has to offer!!
anet
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MathKim MathKim
anet wrote:
Hi Folks,

You can now find MSDS and CPSIA information on our web site [url="http://www.jacquardproducts.com/certs_cpsia.php"]here[/url].
...and thanks, Darlene, for passing along the info from Dharma, we appreciate all the input everyone has to offer!!
anet

Hi, bringing this up again... but I don't see the Jacquard Screen Printing inks or the Versatex in that GCC saftey page you linked to.
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