Glad to find his thread. Will have my blood tested at my next physical in a couple of months. I had already started wet tumbling my brass and will definitely continue with that. I have a septic tank, so I am not sure that dumping the rinse water down the drain is a good idea, if anyone has some insight into the best way to handle that, let me know. One thing I have started doing is to wet tumble the brass for a few minutes, without the stainless media, before I decap them while they are still wet. It keeps the dust down during the decapping. I did not start doing that because I was worried about lead, but because it kept the dust out of my press. I'm thinking that will also be a good thing to keep the lead exposure down. Of course, after I decap them, they get the full wet tumble with pins. Now I just need to figure out what is the best route to dispose of the waste water. Is there anything to add to the mix that will bind with the lead and make it inert?