Originally Posted by EllanVannin
... So no problems to heat the plates pre serving up? ...
Vitrelle® Use & Care:
Corelle® plates and bowls are made of Vitrelle* glass. Mugs are made of porcelain or stoneware as noted on the package.
Corelle® products can be used for serving and re-heating food
in microwaves or pre-heated conventional ovens up to 350̊ F (176̊ C). To warm empty dinnerware for serving, use pre-heated conventional ovens only.
Porcelain and stoneware mugs are microwavable ...
... DO NOT USE ON STOVETOP, under a broiler/griller, under a microwave browning element, in a toaster oven
, or on or near any other direct heating
source such as range heat vents, pilot lights, open flames, etc. ...
... AVOID SUDDEN TEMPERATURE CHANGES. DO NOT add liquid to a hot item, place a hot item on a wet surface, or handle with a wet or cold cloth. These sudden temperature changes may cause the item to break or shatter. Handle hot items with a dry cloth or potholder ...
* DO NOT heat an empty vessel in a microwave oven. It may become too hot to handle, crack or break.
* DO NOT heat a small amount of food
in larger dish in a microwave oven. It may become too hot to handle, crack or break.
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* About Vitrelle
Corelle plates, bowls and open handle cups are products of a glass lamination process, formed from a three-layered sheet comprised of two different types of glass. This sheet has a white opal core
layer and a transparent top and bottom skin, like a sandwich. The layers provide superior strength while allowing it to be very thin, like plywood
is quite strong without being very thick.
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