Monday, 28 January 2008

other tableware..dinnerware..

erna...

mak aku pun guna corelle le....nipis n tak mudah pecah....
aku rasa Corelle n Bone China tu tak sama material nya....

ni ade sikit info

Corelle

http://www.corelle.com.au/

CORELLE® dinnerware is the original break and chip resistant glass dinnerware. Introduced in 1970, CORELLE is recognised worldwide for its legendary strength and durability. The first of its kind when developed, CORELLE glass dinnerware’s underlying technology was an achievement of Corning Glass Works R&D scientists.

Corelle glass dinnerware is made through a hub lamination process that thermally bonds three layers of glass: core glass in the middle, with top and bottom layers of very clear skin or glaze glass. The process creates a lightweight, durable, multi-layered product. In addition, the unique enamels used during the decorating process actually become part of the glass, so the patterns last as long as the plate.

Through extensive consumer research, it was established that consumers wanted dinnerware that was:
- Easy to clean, dishwasher and oven safe
- Lightweight, yet durable
- Break, chip, craze spot and fade
-resistant under normal use
- Affordable, yet attractive.

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cik yan..

ni some info...

Luminarc

http://www.luminarc.us/info/siteFaqs.php

What is glass made of?Most glass is primarily composed of sand, with small amounts of different additives used for different purposes. Luminarc glass tableware is primarily composed of sand, soda ash, and limestone. These components are heated to very high temperatures and melted in order to form glass.

http://www.luminarc.org/The-brand/Dinnerware-manufacturer(1).aspx

Making glass requires the addition of cullet (broken glass) to the three main raw materials that are sand, soda and lime.Mixed in exact proportions, the mixture is then transferred to the furnace until the materials are fused and refined in order to obtain the fluid and homogeneous paste expert glassmakers will be able to work with.

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Melamine

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melamine

walaupun plastik..belum tentu selamat guna....reaction dari bahan2 nye terhadap makanan...

5 comments:

mado_ct said...

ala..corelle kat sini mahai. harga nak sama dgn noritake...
br je update pinggan mangkuk rumah..kalau tidak caca marba..beli kt kedai 100yen.heheheh

Fid said...

ct...pinggan kedai 100yen pun ok apa...kalau kat mesia jd mahal hehehehee

corelle morrele..main ngan maid mak cik aku benda yg susah pecah pun habih pecah!

mado_ct said...

fid..100yen pon dah jd 200yen dah kat sini. Kalau pinggan2 mkn(pinggan dalam sket supaya -kuah tk tumpah) tu bukan main susah nk dapat yg 100yen(tatau la tempat aku ni je camni
sorry ye za..tumpang sembang kat sini nooo

rizza said...

corelle memnag mahal kat msia...kat sini pun sama...

kat canada n us murah la....

ct..no hal...sila kan...

Mommy's brownies said...

thanks so much for the info beb! lega tekak aku! hahaha
abt melamine, yg aku baca tu something to do with chemical reaction gak ler bila kena masakan panas etc..tapi aku memang tak ingat kat mana aku terbaca..