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What To Do Next if Your Lead Paint Test is Positive

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Oct 04, 2017 01:05 AM
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by Ashley Poskin last modified Oct 03, 2017

(Image credit: Ashley Poskin ) If you got a sweet deal on a fixer-upper that was built before 1978, chances are you're going come across lead paint somewhere in the house. Beautifully painted window trim that tests positive for lead paint isn't necessarily the end of the world — but it quickly becomes a problem when the paint starts to deteriorate and chips or flakes away. So if you happen to have a flaky window sill you're suspicious of, give it a quick test and don't fear the results. You've got a lot of options for taking care of this potentially hazardous problem. READ MORE »





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