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How to distinguish the quality of household plastics

Update:06 Dec 2019
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Plastic is a material synthesized by polymerization or […]

Plastic is a material synthesized by polymerization or condensation reaction using monomer raw materials, and is composed of additives such as synthetic resins and fillers, plasticizers, stabilizers, lubricants, and colorants. Any kind of thing has its own good side and its own bad side. We can't accept it in its entirety, let alone reject it entirely.

Benefits: Take the basin as an example of plastic utensils-plastic basins are more resistant to impact than stainless steel basins. Although the stainless steel washbasin will not break, it will be deformed (recessed). Of course, poor quality plastic washbasins will break. (Of course, the stainless steel washbasin will also break if the impact is too great) to make our daily life more diverse. In addition to metal, wood and ceramic, we can also choose plastic. Some household items are better with plastic. Such as plastic water pipes-use a hot metal pipe, over time, there will be rust inside the pipe. There is no such hidden danger in plastic water pipes, and installation is quick (almost 2 times faster than installing iron water pipes).

Disadvantages: Because most plastics are composed of additives such as synthetic resins, fillers, plasticizers, stabilizers, lubricants, colorants, etc., high-temperature materials can produce harmful substances to the human body. It is recommended that you do not heat plastic bowls in a pan or microwave.