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    • Heat-resistant glass and normal glasses are different.
    • Difference in Raw Material - Unlike other glasses, heat-resistant glass use material that contains strong heat resistant properties which could withstand sudden change in temperature.
    • Difference in Manufacturing Process - Heat-resistant glass is produced in temperature above 2700°F which makes it harder to manufacture. And it contains borosilicate which makes it capable of withstanding sudden change in temperature, but the costs are very high. (LOCK & LOCK BOROSEAL thermal shock strength 250°F
    • Difference in Use - Heat-resistant glass can withstand sudden change in temperature, thus it could be used not only in a refrigerator, a microwave and a dishwasher but also in a 750°F conventional oven.
    • Safer with 100% Heat-resistant Glass - Normal glasses or tempered glasses may, with small scratches could be broken and scattered when there is a thermal or physical shock. LOCK & LOCK BOROSEAL uses Heat-resistant Glass for more safety.
    • Excellent airtightness with the 4-side locking system.
    • Cooking in oven, or use it as bakeware (without lid).
    • Salt and oxidation resistant.
    • Microwave safe (without lid).
    • From oven to table at once.
    • Freezer to microwave at once.
    • Stain and odour resistant.

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