Somewhere in the back of your vault is a memory of being a kid in the dog days of summer, playing in the backyard and being so thirsty you’d even drink Crystal Pepsi if it was offered to you. So like most tykes your age, you walked up to the hose connected to your house, turned on the faucet and guzzled some water. That is until some evil genius of an older sibling snuck behind you and pinched the hose off, causing the water to suddenly disappear. And, like clockwork, as you peered into the nozzle wondering where the blessed hydration went, the aforementioned evil genius would unleash the hose, delivering a built-up burst of water up into your sinuses. Ah, that’s the good stuff! Well, sort of. You see most hoses made then, and some hoses made now, contain lead. And lead + drinking water really aren’t a great health combination. For your own family, we’ve found a lead-free hose – ripe for drinking from – that comes with a lot of other perks too.
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to find lead in your home (or in your clients’ homes if you’re a contractor/secret agent). To help you in your mission, you’ll need spy-worthy test gear that even James Bond’s Q would be proud of. Not unlike spy weaponry that’s been overused in film, the Hybrivet Leadcheck lead test kit uses small vials that you crush to activate. In this case, crushing the vial does not result in a spectacular incendiary display of improvised explosives. Instead, it merely activates the swab to test for the presence of lead. For most customers, the lack of explosion will be a benefit. Read More