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post #16 of Old 03-23-2010
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Only a year? Try 45 years for ours.

Originally Posted by Livia View Post
Wow - we've been using serrated steak knives on our Corelle for over a year and they look perfect. Maybe our knives suck?

I couldn't find anything about knives on Corelle's use and care section of their website for the vitrelle/glass version.
I'm sure a lawyer wrote the warning... or maybe they just don't give us good knives.

As for answering the original question, we keep the non-skid placemats sort of wraped around them and the cabnets have doors. We have a cat and don't lean much, but we can snap very quickly side-to-side. I can't imagine them chipping in a cabnet, but they could be noisy without padding. We've stored them on edge for many years on one boat - it's safe if there is something soft on the bottom - but I didn't like it as well as flat. They bang around if a few are out.

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