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Collapsible bowls in the fall?

fun2cook2

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Nov 16, 2008
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I wasn't sure where to post this, but does anybody know if the collaspible bowls will be continued in the fall? I have a customer who has booked an October show, but wanted to know if she could wait to get these bowls or does she need to buy them now.

Thanks for your help!
 

BlessedWifeMommy

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My guess would be that they would be a returning product, since they just came out with new sizes this spring.
 

fun2cook2

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Thanks! I wasn't sure if I was asking the question too soon. She just ordered from a party this week and the host and I would like to close the party soon. So, I thought I would give it a try.
 

heat123

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Those are too popular (and new) to be discontinued I would imagaine! :O Although I'd love if they came out in a Fall like color too! :)
 

jross93

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OUUHHH, that would be a HUGE Seller!:thumbup:

I agree! The pink and white would be adorable! I also had a recent host ask if they were going to make the collapsible bowls in cranberry and white to match more with the SA line. Hopefully!!
Jen
 

heat123

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I agree! The pink and white would be adorable! I also had a recent host ask if they were going to make the collapsible bowls in cranberry and white to match more with the SA line. Hopefully!!
Jen

Now that's what I'm talkin about for "fall" colors!:p
 

jnsr96

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Speaking of the bowls, I put watermelon in them and it stained the green material!! Did anyone ever experience this?
 

Darcy

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I wasn't sure where to post this, but does anybody know if the collaspible bowls will be continued in the fall? I have a customer who has booked an October show, but wanted to know if she could wait to get these bowls or does she need to buy them now.

Thanks for your help!

You are safe the bowls are still in our line, Sorry no new bowls were introduced.
 
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Speaking of the bowls, I put watermelon in them and it stained the green material!! Did anyone ever experience this?

Every one of mine are now stained, no matter what I put in them. On a positive note, I put left over spaghetti in one (since I knew it would stain no matter what) and now I have a lovely paisley design from the noodles! It's kinda neat lookin'.

I've also tried to scrub and clean with everything short of sandblasting and can't get the stain to budge. Does anyone have any suggestions?
 

babywings76

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Did you try Cascade Plastic Booster? (or whatever it's called) Baking soda paste? I think there were some other things that others tried as well. I used to have a white plastic large bowl that would stain every time I'd prepare my baked ziti. It seemed to come out over time. I think I heard that you should wash it in cold water so that the pores of the plastic stay closed and the color won't get absorbed into it. But once it's stained, then I'm guessing you want the hot water so it'll open the pores and let you clean it.
 

ivykeep

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Every one of mine are now stained, no matter what I put in them. On a positive note, I put left over spaghetti in one (since I knew it would stain no matter what) and now I have a lovely paisley design from the noodles! It's kinda neat lookin'.

I've also tried to scrub and clean with everything short of sandblasting and can't get the stain to budge. Does anyone have any suggestions?

It's addressed on Consultant's corner (I just looked it up for a host of mine). They suggest a dishwasher plastic boost (like Cascade Plastic boost if you can find it, my local stores no longer carry it) or making a paste out of your regular dishwasher detergent and letting it sit.

Watermelon and tomato based products are known to stain. As my host just told me (she's a huge watermelon fan) she thinks that our stainless steel bowls hold more watermelon (even though the bowl is smaller) because of the shape, and metal helps keep it cool.
 

raebates

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Laura, remember to tell her that sliding the lid of the SS Bowls sideways will open the spout enough for her to drain that watermelon.

I'd forgotten that tip until my roommate shared it at NC.
 
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