Outfit: Autosleeper Symbol Location: Preston Joined: 25/2/2013
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I use bone china crockery at home and find it withstands bumps and knocks better than other types of crockery. Im thinking of taking it in our MH. Its also light weight. Has any one else used it whilst caravaning or motorhoming?
Outfit: Swift Challenger 560 Location: Liverpool Joined: 05/7/2003
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We use Ikea ‘Oftast’ crockery. It feels like china but is quite light and according to Ikea “made of impact-resistent, microwave-safe, dishwasher-safe tempered glass.”. It has been bouncing around in our caravan cupboards for months now and we have never had anything broken. Best of all, it is really really cheap!
Corelle for us too, and just regular mugs as we’d use at home. We changed from normal crockery to Corelle as it is really lightweight but strong and no chips or breakages so far. Only slight downside is that the crockery doesn’t seem to hold heat for long, for those who like to preheat their plates etc, but then you couldn’t do that with melamine either.
Outfit: Shogun and Sterling Elite Explorer Location: Luton (no jokes please) Joined: 05/6/2006
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We still use our melamine plates (hangs head in shame), we have corelle plates but they are too small. The bowls are ok. Cups also too small, plus one smashed to smithereens when I thought that they were unbreakable.