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Into the 70's the better white paints were tri-metal; lead, zinc and tin (oxides). Titanium oxide ( rutile ) replaced the lead and the zinc and tin adjusted . The Ti has excellent hiding power so the whiteness actually improved. In addition in urban locations, the lead yellowed with age because of sulfur pollution. So a win/win for lead removal. Calcium ...

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