I have a story that illustrates this point. I worked for several years with a company that put LED strip lights on all of their parking attendants. The lights were in the middle of the parking lot and were constantly shining in the eyes of people in the cars. I knew that the lights could have some effect on the eyes, so I often wore a pair of glasses when I worked there.
I can’t stress enough how important it is to try to keep your eyes clean and safe when driving. Driving can be an eye-opening experience, so it’s especially important to look out for any signs of dust, oil, or gasoline on your lens, as it is very easy to scratch or otherwise break your glasses.
The question is whether or not the lead-based paints in the parking lot may have been a factor in causing the injury to these people. For the most part, lead based paints cause a number of problems, including headaches, skin irritation, and even blindness. There are also some studies that claim that lead based paints can cause cancer, but those studies are controversial and there are no conclusive scientific findings.
Lead based paints are very common in the US, and most of this isn’t caused by the paint itself, it’s the dust which coats the lead. The dust is a natural part of the air in some areas, but it’s also added to in some homes by the developer/builder. The dust can settle slowly on the lead, but it can also stick on the paint. Lead based paints don’t tend to form the same type of scratches as sandpaper.
Lead based paint is one of the most common forms of lead exposure on the US. Lead based paint is often found in many homes which may not cause a problem. If a scratch is made on a lead based paint surface, there is a good chance a person can find lead through it. The only way you can tell is to look for the scratches, because the scratches will be darker than the lead which can be found in the paint or on the surface.
Lead based paint comes in many forms, including lead, cadmium, mercury, tin, arsenic, and arsenic compounds. Many people have experienced lead-based paint poisoning, but not everyone will develop a rash from it. The only way to determine if a scratch is lead-based is to look for the areas where the lead is located.
Lead-based paint causes rashes, inflammation, and even lead poisoning if it is inhaled. Lead-based paint is also a risk for children.
Lead-based paint is more likely to be found on surfaces such as the exterior of your home, windows, or doors. Lead is also more likely to be found on paint in its original package, and on surfaces from your house. For example, the paint you’ll see on a new home surface is most likely a new paint job.
It’s not clear from the video, but I’m guessing that the lead-based paint on the exterior of your home is not the same paint that has been used to paint the interior of the home. On the other hand, we aren’t sure if the lead-based paint on the walls and doors of your home is the same paint that has been used to paint the interior of the home.
Lead based paint has been linked to cancer, so I think you can be pretty sure that the lead-based paint on your exterior wall and door is not the same paint that has been used to paint the interior of your home.