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Carbide Manufacturing and Heavy Metal Exposure

If you’re manufacturing carbide and using cobalt or nickel as your binding material, then chances are you may be getting too much metal in your diet! Industries that make or use cutting or grinding tools may have their employees exposed to higher levels of cobalt.  Cobalt dust can enter the body by breathing, getting in [...]

Lead where you least expect it

As many people have no doubt heard now about lead contamination in water pipes of Flint, Michigan and the aging plumbing infrastructure around this country, lead contamination is still one of those health hazards most people assume cannot happen to them. In the coming weeks we will be discussing various ways you may become exposed [...]

Clean-All Now Available Online!

That’s right. After many arduous months we can proudly say that you can now order Clean-All Heavy Metals®Hand & Body Soap online. Check us out at www.buycleanall.com. And of course suggestions are always appreciated.

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year and safe hobbying.  Our last post was very serious and we daresay, sterile so we thought we’d start this year with a more uplifting and informational post.  As mentioned previously lead poisoning is a very serious issue, so where can you get more information?
ASLET – We dedicate a fair amount of time [...]

Who do we think we are?

I think all novice bloggers realize immediately that maintaining a blog is hard work.  So, it’s easy to understand how some information just slips through the cracks.  While discussing future posts we realized you, our audience, have no idea who we are.  It’s a good question.  Why do we think [...]

Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving to all our American readers.  We’ll be back next week with more informational posts on safety.  Also, if you decide to do any black Friday shopping, be careful.

Welcome to Clean!

Welcome to Clean-All Heavy Metals® Hand & Body Soap’s first official blog post.  We have been selling our soap for fifteen years now, almost exclusively to the industrial world (battery plants, lead smelters, recycling plants, etc.), where there are government mandates in place to protect workers from toxic heavy metals, particularly lead, mercury, cadmium and [...]

New Blog!

Sasha’s International has a new blog.