If lead dust does become a concern, you can wet wipe it down with a TSP (or any high phosphate) detergent to remove it. You can get it at most hardware stores or some powdered dig washing detergents are still high phosphate. The phosphate binds to the lead in the dust. Just want to be sure and wet wipe so you don't stir the dust up in the air.
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