Plastic Too Hot or Cold - Outgasses



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Well, none of them are good if they're subjective to very cold temperatures or very warm temperatures. They will all gas, whether it's polyurethane or Lexan is the harder plastic that they say is less volatile, but you put anything near heat and anything too cold where it starts to freeze.

It breaks down the dioxins and they gas into the food. Even into water.

Well, just take the sparkling mineral water and let the gas expire.

I had to do that for a while. I had the same problem. I just kept getting gassy.


Do you get milk in plastic?


I don't. That's why I have all these glass bottles.

I ship them back.

I don't like anything with plastic. I get some things with plastic in, soon as I get home, it's out of the plastic.

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