Re: Can't find these spring flowers by sango (corelle)
Posted by Susan Mosseau on June 05, 2002 at 10:19:38:
In response to Re: Can't find these spring flowers by sango (corelle)
: : That material is Corning Ware made by Dow Corning and not Dupont. Dishes out of this stuff were called corelle, but i think the bakeware and other stuff was just called corning ware.

: : : These are not exactly plumbing problems, but hopefully there's enough remodoling experience around to help.
: : : I'm looking for two items that used to be popular and don't seem to be available any more.
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: : : I think I want an electric cooktop with solid cast iron disk burners. These look like a good compromise between the ugly hard to clean calrod burners and the expensive hard to care for smooth units. I've never owned one of these. Is there mayby a good reason that they don't make them any more?

: : : I also think I want a built in cutting board or corelle insert in my kitchen counter. The cutting board fits into a cutout in the counter and has a stainless steel rim. The cutting boards used to be fairly commen in the early 70's and I know somebody made a similar unit with dupont correlle.(I may have the name of that material wrong, it's the stuff they make pots and baking dishes out of). Is there a reason they apparently don't make either of these anymore?

: : : If anyone knows where i might find either of these items , it would be greatly appretiated.

: : : Thanks,
: : : Dick




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