Raw materials for plastic bottles and plastic tableware


Plastic bottles are made of polyester (PET), polyethyle […]

Plastic bottles are made of polyester (PET), polyethylene (PE), and polypropylene (PP) as raw materials. After adding corresponding organic solvents, they are heated at high temperature, and then are blown, squeezed, or injection molded through plastic molds. plastic containers. Plastic bottles have the characteristics of being unbreakable, low cost, high transparency, and food-grade raw materials. When using plastic products, pay special attention to avoid contact with vinegar, detergents, etc., avoid direct sunlight, high temperature, etc., to avoid chemical reactions. In addition, when you buy plastic tableware, you should choose plastic products with PE (polyethylene) or PP (polypropylene) labels, few decorative patterns, colorless and odorless, and smooth surface.
Some pet cans have different uses and shapes, but when we usually use various plastic bottles, the same are spray-type, and even some bottles with special shapes can also be used as indoor decorations, and can also be used in Repeated use after use. It is recommended to clean it after use, because when using, there may be some sediment in the plastic bottle at the bottom of the plastic bottle. If the plastic bottle is not cleaned, it will not only have a certain impact on the injected water, It may also cause some dirt to form in the plastic bottle that is not easy to clean. And when we buy these pet cans, we also need to check the quality, and try to buy bottles without black spots, cracks and odors. Soft plastic is better, because such a material will last longer and is not easy to break. The hard plastic is easy to break and the material is relatively brittle, especially in the case of direct sunlight, it is easy to fade and become more brittle, and it cannot withstand heavy pressure.
Therefore, when we buy products, we must fully understand the raw materials and performance characteristics of plastic bottles, and try to choose soft plastics.