The Confetti line makes a vibrant 1950s statement with an unmistakably modern feel, perfect for both everyday use and special occasions. The bowls are BPA free and eco-friendly, made with 40% post-industrial recycled melamine, and the durability of the material means that they will last for years.
With bold character art to make dinner fun for any fan, the set contains an 8-inch round plate, a 4.5-inch bowl, flatware and 9 oz. For easy cleanup, every piece can be washed in the top rack of the dishwasher, and it’s all BPA free as well.
Tumbler can be used alone or with press-on lid and straw to reduce spills Made of durable, BPA-free plastic and stainless steel Top rack dishwasher safe, do not microwave Recommended for ages 3 and over The tumbler fits in most car cup holders, with a press-in lid that slides open and prevents leaks when closed.
The tumbler fits in most car cup holders, with a press-in lid that slides open and prevents leaks when closed. The included straw is 10.5 inches long, made of silicone and completely reusable to reduce waste.
The barware is vacuum insulated, keeping drinks cold for hours while preventing condensation from forming on the outside. The press-in lid has a silicone gasket and prevents splashes, so you do not lose any of your beverage no matter how enthusiastic the toast.
Stainless steel (except travel mugs Plastic (depending on the type) Ceramics Porcelain Glass Tumblers can go in the dishwasher as long as they're made from hard plastic or stainless steel.
Be sure to place the lid on the top shelf and wash the straws separately by hand. Ceramic mugs are safe for the dishwasher, while porcelain should be washed separately by hand.
Keep in mind, plastic should always go on the top rack to reduce heat exposure. Plastic and stainless steel water bottles are usually dishwasher safe, but it's often recommended washing them by hand instead.
It's always a good idea to handwash your custom drink ware, whether it's a mug featuring your kid's picture or a water bottle printed with a company logo. If not, the design runs the risk of chipping off in the dishwasher due to the high temperatures and harsh detergents.
The good news is it doesn't take that much time and effort to wash your custom drink ware by hand ! You just need about 30 minutes, a few basic household ingredients, and maybe some awesome music to play while you clean.
*DISCLAIMER: The advice in this article is based on most drink ware and may not always hold true. Be sure to only put in the items that can handle it, like hard plastic tumblers and ceramic mugs.
As a promo expert, she's uncovered the world's first custom tote bag, interviewed the guy behind rock band ACDC's logo, and had a piece published by the Advertising Specialty Institute, a leader in the promotional products' industry. While we understand that some people feel it would be more convenient to have a plate or bowl that you could use to both re-heat food and eat off of, we’ve found that the vast majority of our consumers who appreciate the durability of Zak’s products simply warm their food in a container approved for microwave use, then serve it on a durable Oak plate.
As always, if you have any questions or concerns about your Oak Designs products, we invite you to email our Customer Service department. Any deformation or defect resulting from washing 24Bottles’ Travel Tumbler in the dishwasher will void the warranty.
Follow these simple steps and keep an eye out for the tips that make the process of cleaning your NutriBullet blender even easier! This is the easiest thing you can do to avoid stuck-on foods like peanut butter sticking to the side of the vessel.
This will loosen stuck-on ingredients and with a light scrub and rinse, you’ll be finished cleaning your cup and blade. NutriBullet cups, lids, lip rings, and blades are all top-rack, dishwasher safe.
Also, keep in mind that the sanitize cycle should never be used with washing these parts in the dishwasher as it may warp the plastic. If you encounter a spill within the power base, immediately shut down and unplug the NutriBullet.
Remove the blade and cup and with a damp sponge or towel, wipe up any spillage. Wash your blades by hand with warm, soapy water and a dish brush to loosen any stuck-on debris.
If you want a deeper clean, rinse the blade with a 10% dilute vinegar and water solution or lemon juice. Furthermore, disassembling your NutriBullet blade or power base will void your warranty.
*Disclaimer: Disassembling your NutriBullet blade or power base will void your warranty. For more tips on maintaining your NutriBullet so that it continues running at its best, check out our videos on Getting Started.
Most pots and pans have an engraving on the handle, while most dishes are labeled on the bottom side. If you have trouble locating a label and are unsure what material is made of, check the original packaging or the manufacture’s website.
Putting your favorite travel mug into the dishwasher may ruin its vacuum seal and ability to retain heat. Not only is aluminum prone to scratching inside a dishwasher, it can develop a dull finish over time.
Please refer to the package instructions or visit the manufacturer’s website to determine if your non-stick pan is dishwasher safe. Frequent washing of non-stick pans at high temperatures in the dishwasher can cause the coating to wear out.
If you go over it a couple of times, the pencil will make a light line on the mug for you to follow. The paint and Mod Lodge are non-toxic, but you still want to keep them a safe distance away from the rim of the mug.
If you need to, wipe the paint off with a damp cloth before it dries and start over. I found it easiest to practice writing the word with a pencil first, then tracing it onto the design.
I kept mine with a block font, but a hand lettering script would be super fun too! This will give it a great color and make the glitter paint stand out even more.