Reviewed by Cessna in Flight from North Georgia on Wednesday, August 29, 2012
Used them immediately after receiving for a large gathering for old and young alike. No breakage and received many compliments on their beauty. Popped them in the dishwasher and they came out good as new. Will definately enjoy them time and time again.
Reviewed by CoRunnerGirl from Steamboat on Wednesday, April 18, 2012
When the box arrived I thought it felt too heavy for plastic bowls. Omigosh they are really nice! I haven't had melamine dishes since my kids were small, and these are thicker and look more like pottery dishes. I've only received the bowls, but ordered the plates too. Now if I can only keep folks from putting them in the microwave .....
Best Uses: Daily summer use, Frequent use with kids
Melamine is combined with formaldehyde to produce melamine resin, a very durable thermosetting plastic used in Formicaâ„¢, and melamine foam, a polymeric cleaning product. The end products include countertops, dry erase boards, fabrics, glues, housewares, dinnerware, cooking spoons, guitar saddles, guitar nuts, acoustic foam paneling, and flame retardants. Melamine is one of the major components in Pigment Yellow 150, a colorant in inks and plastics.||( It is not microwave safe!!!!)
Answered on 6/5/2012 12:00:00 AM by Prod. Spec. Ryan from Sierra Trading Post