The NY Times commissioned its own testing, and found that vinyl bibs made for Toys R Us by Hamco contained three times the lead allowed in paint. Hamco bibs sold for three years at Wal-Mart, however, had as much as 16x the legal limit.
So remember, when you're in the market for degraded, outsourced-to-China vinyl bibs, no one gives you more lead for your hard-earned dollar than the everyday low price experts of Wal-Mart. Keep trying, Geoffrey!
Includes a great explanation of lead testing and regulatory gaps: Some Baby Bibs Said to Contain Levels of Lead [nyt]