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How to distinguish between good and bad household plastics on the human body

Update:07 Sep 2020
Summary:

Plastic is a material made by synthesis or condensation […]

Plastic is a material made by synthesis or condensation reaction of monomer raw materials. It is composed of synthetic resin and fillers, plasticizers, stabilizers, lubricants, pigments and other additives. Anything has its own good side and its own bad side. We cannot accept it completely, let alone deny it completely.

 

 

Benefits: Take the washbasin as an example for plastic appliances-plastic washbasins are more resistant to impact than stainless steel washbasins. Although the stainless steel basin will not break, it will be deformed (recessed). Of course, poor quality plastic washbasins will break. (Of course, the stainless steel washbasin will break if the impact is too strong) Makes our living appliances more diversified. In addition to metal, wooden, ceramic, we can also choose plastic. It is better to use plastic for some daily necessities. Such as plastic water pipes-iron water pipes, over time, there will be rust inside the pipes. Plastic water pipes have no such hidden dangers, and they are quick to install (nearly 2 times faster than installing iron water pipes).

 

Disadvantages: Because most plastics are composed of synthetic resin and fillers, plasticizers, stabilizers, lubricants, pigments and other additives, they will produce substances harmful to the human body at high temperatures. It is recommended that you do not put plastic bowls in a pot or microwave.