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Brand :- Feastwell
Brand Category :- Home and Kitchen
Feastwell is one the Best Growing Recognized Brand of Tableware Crockery, Melamine Trays, Melamine Dinner et, Melamine Gift Set, Melamine Plates, Serving Bowls etc.
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Example of Products manufactured By FEASTWELL
- Melamine Dinner Set
- Serving Bowls
- Serving Plates
- Serving Spoons
- Serving Sets
- Serving Containers
- Serving Trays
- Gifts Set
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Are there different types of melamine?
One of the greatest things about Melamine is just how many different forms it is available in. Whether it’s our pre-edged and pre-drilled Black or White Melamine, the High Moisture Resistant options, or Velvet and Satin finishes, you’ll be amazed at just how many different products fall under this banner.
Is melamine a type of wood?
Melamine is mistaken to be wood; it is primarily a paper board.
Is melamine safe for cookware?
The short answer is yes, it’s safe. When manufacturers create plasticware with melamine, they use high heat to mold the substances. While the heat uses up most of the melamine compounds, a small amount does usually remain in the plates, cup, utensils or more.
Is it good to eat in melamine plates?
Reasons to avoid melamine plates:
When hot drink or food is served in a melamine plate or cup, chemicals from melamine may get leeched into your food. Acidic, salty and fatty foods will release some toxins from melamine dishes which will contaminate the food and harm your health
What is melamine crockery made of?
This type of tableware is manufactured with a substance called melamine-formaldehyde resin. It forms molecular structures that are molded, with heat, to form the shape of the tableware. A small amount of the melamine used to make the tableware is “left over” from this chemical reaction and remains in the plastic