Cab the glass in glass toys break?

spineyogurt spineyogurt
Or is it special like pylxy glass stuff?
04/13/2012
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Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
Most glass toys are made of pyrex glass, which is very strong and won't break during use, if that's what you're worried about. That said, it's still glass, and may break if dropped on a hard surface. This is why it's important to handle glass carefully - it might survive a fall, but it's best not to take the chance. In the event that it does break, pyrex will come apart in big chunks rather than a trillion tiny pieces. Also, always check for fractures and scratches before each use, and don't use the toy if you find any.
04/13/2012
PeaceToTheMiddleEast PeaceToTheMiddleEast
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Originally posted by Rin (aka Nire)
Most glass toys are made of pyrex glass, which is very strong and won't break during use, if that's what you're worried about. That said, it's still glass, and may break if dropped on a hard surface. This is why it's important to ... More
I agree with this. Also thanks for the information. I just started getting glass toys. I get worried.
04/13/2012
spunkmonkey spunkmonkey
Quote:
Originally posted by Rin (aka Nire)
Most glass toys are made of pyrex glass, which is very strong and won't break during use, if that's what you're worried about. That said, it's still glass, and may break if dropped on a hard surface. This is why it's important to ... More
Yes, this.
04/13/2012
ghalik ghalik
Also be extra careful when applying extreme temperatures. A sudden change in temperature can make pyrex glass shatter. So don't take it out of your freezer and drop it in boiling water...
04/13/2012
SaraBroughman SaraBroughman
Quote:
Originally posted by Rin (aka Nire)
Most glass toys are made of pyrex glass, which is very strong and won't break during use, if that's what you're worried about. That said, it's still glass, and may break if dropped on a hard surface. This is why it's important to ... More
Very good answer. You are correct.
04/14/2012
Rossie Rossie
Seems like you've missed out on ToyTimeTim's glass toy experiments: Pyrex Glass - is it safe? and Borosilicate glass test #2.
04/14/2012
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