Technical Info

Proposition 65

As part of California's Right to Know, you will see Prop 65 warnings on some of our product packaging, in our catalog, and on our web site. You can download an excel spreadsheet of all our part numbers labeled as Prop 65.

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California Proposition 65

Why are Proposition 65 warnings in our Sea-Dog catalog?

We at Sea-Dog strive to do the right thing and continue to be a responsible manufacturer.

While no changes have been made to our products that have been in our catalog for years and even though the Prop 65 label is only a California requirement, Sea-Dog Line out of an abundance of caution is labeling all Prop 65 items regardless of their intended destination.

So as part of California's Right to Know you will see Prop 65 warnings on some of our product packaging in our catalog and on our web site.

⚠ Warning: Cancer and Reproductive Harm –

California Prop 65 is nothing new; it was enacted in 1986 for California only. It’s intent was to protect drinking water sources from being contaminated with chemicals known to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. Since its inception it has grown to include approximately 1000 chemicals many of which are found in common household items.

Labeled products for Sea-Dog predominantly fall into three categories as pertains to Prop 65: Those containing brass and those with a galvanized finish or those containing PVC. All brass contains lead as does galvanizing solution. PVC, commonly used in wiring products contains vinyl chloride. Both of these substances are listed as chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer or reproductive toxicity.

For additional information on Prop 65 see

Prop 65 Part Numbers


Prop 65 Sea-Dog Part Numbers List (excel)