Tupper ware products had been published in market since my mummy generation 40 years ago. My mum is a tupperware lover since then :)
( Oh Gosh ! My mum don't like others know here age, better don't let her know that I had created this website :P )
As my mum only daughter, myself also become a tupper ware fan too :) Initially when Tupperware just launch their products, the color is more on plain color and the products series is not much.
But after 53 years surviving in market, their products series had expand a lot; there are many different range of products emerged that serve for different purposes. And most of the time, a lot of consumers do not understand the products is serve for what purpose or do not use the benefits of the products up to maximum.
Well, I am not a Tupperware staff, and I am not Master of Tupper ware too; but, I think that some tips I know might be helpful to you, that is my main purpose to create this website :)
The most complaints I heard from the users is that :" How come products nowaday quality is so bad ?! I still remember 30 years back, the product quality was so good ! The seal of the container have no problems at all even I had them with me for more than 30 years !
But a lot of new range product seals can be easily broken or peel off within one or two years ! Aha ! When you hear such complains, mostly it is referring to the Freezermate range series seal.
In the olden days, there is no freezermate series, most products was meant to serve for dry storage purposes. Therefore, the seal produced is much more thick and solid.
However, the freezermate series is designed to be keep food fresh inside the fridge, therefore the container seal need to be thin, so that the cool air from fridge can transfer into the container fast, in order to keep your raw food inside the freezer fresh.
In fact, thin seal helps to save your fridge electricity. The fridge temperature is generated by a motor and it come with a sensor to detect the temperature of your freezer.
If your container base and skin is thick, it will take longer time to transmit the cold air into your container; therefore the freezer motor will need to spend more energy and you need to pay higher electricity bills for your freezer.
Whereby if your container base and lid skin is thin, the freezer motor just need to operate very short time to transmit the cold air into the food content of your container; it helps to save your electricity bills :)
In fact, most seal was damaged or chipped off is due to a lot of folks do not know the correct method to open your container seal.
You can learn how to open your seal properly here, in order to protect your container seal for lasting long. ( create a link later )
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