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Forth for Corelle they have served us well!


I also used Corelle.. I also have some nordic-ware style Microwave (plastic) plates..

Avoid any "Metallic" decorations. Cost me a coffee cup with a friend of the 10-T variety heated it up in the nuc-o-matic and then dropped it.
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We liked the Corelle for camping and afterwards replaced our home crockery with Corelle. Corelle is highly functional, break resistant and lasts for many years.

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Another vote for Correlle. A tip- While travelling in our MH I would layer a paper towel between all the dishes to prevent rattling. Noises drove me nuts in our MH.


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This is something else that we 'stole' from the boat. Corelle.


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Correlle. Amazon has complete sets for $50-100.


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After a plate of Corelle breaking into a million slivers, I would not use them in the RV and haven't. We have high end plastic that is microwaveable that we bought from Target years ago. Serves us well when we use hard dishes, otherwise we use a good paper plate and burn everything.


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If I showed you my dishes you would not consider anything other than Correlle. Half my dishes broke on the last Arizona trip. I now have 3 plates, a bowl and a saucer left from a 16 piece set.

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We e usd the same set of Corelle dinner wear since 2005. In 2 motor homes, 2 fifth wheels and a TT toy hauler. Never broke a single plate and travelled over 50,000 miles.





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Another for Corelle!


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Me to. Corrlle that must be 30 years old. Been all over the country and in at least 4 RVs.

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