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Old 08-26-2016, 07:44 PM   #1
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glass or plastic dinnerware?

Looking for recommendations for dinnerware, glass or plastic? What kind of dishes are you stocking your rv with? Do you have any problems with glass plates breaking while traveling? If you use glass plates and bowls, how do you store them in the cabinet to keep them from breaking?
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Old 08-26-2016, 07:50 PM   #2
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Paper or plastic. Plastic for steaks, paper for just about everything else. Tervis and Solo for drinks.
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Corelle Livingware, almost unbreakable.
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Plastic and paper for us! We do however have regular utensils to eat with.
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Plastic. And paper
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Corelle plates, bowls, and coffee mugs. Plastic cups. Regular SS cutlery nothing fancy. Our cupboard where we store the Corelle and cups is lined with non-slip shelf liner we bought in an extra large roll at Costco.
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Corelle plates, bowls, and coffee mugs. Plastic cups. Regular SS cutlery nothing fancy. Our cupboard where we store the Corelle and cups is lined with non-slip shelf liner we bought in an extra large roll at Costco.
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glass or plastic dinnerware?

Usually Corelle dishes , plastic glasses, flatware. but sometimes paper plates and plastics ware. I like eating off of regular plates better so Corelle is the right choice for me. If I had a family then likely would be using paper items as much as possible.

Did have one Corelle bowl break into pieces after falling out of the cabinet while traveling. The dealership had lifted the trailer up high when moving it out of the bay and I didn't think to check before leaving.
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