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Old 01-28-2019, 02:02 PM   #1
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Glassware, which to keep? Advice please

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ID:	233361 Deciding which glassware to keep and use for Fulltiming. when we downsized for selling our B &S we put the good stuff into the kitchen to use for everyday, what were we saving it for?!. It is lighter weight and a bit fragile but much nicer to drink out of an adult glass. Then there are the parents Longchamps complete set of everything which is only thing I kept of their stuff. It is heavier duty and actually leaded crystal. So it can only be hand washed..and we will no longer have dishwsher. See attached photo

Want to continue to drink out of the better pretty stuff (again it is about not saving for only special just use it or get rid of it) and if it gets broken no biggie. But which to choose to keep and use in the RV for our new life adventure?. (a limited number of course). I am ok on how to keep safe while driving, it is which type of the 2 choices I have.

Opinions or advice please. Hope I attached correctly. Appreciate help with this silly thing.
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Got to the liquor store and get some of their boxes to keep them separated......
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Got to the liquor store and get some of their boxes to keep them separated......

I'm not sure that that answers the OP's question. I too am looking for suggestions. We tend to go through a lot of glasses but it isn't necessarily while traveling. Maybe they just make glasses cheaper these days but most times they simply break while the DW is hand washing them.


We started out with plastic glasses but they get cloudy and look dirty even when clean. Is there anything like Corelle for glassware?
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Our "go-to" drinkware is RSC. As to your question I'd us the good stuff. Click image for larger version

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I use red Solo cups. Or whichever brand is readily available, but always go with red. Other colors are abominations.



Real glassware is just too fragile for me. If you're looking for something more permanent, go with plastic or porcelain of some kind.
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We carry real glassware for the times we go to rallies or want a real drink. For campfires, general friends etc, I use my trusty steel tumbler or the insulated Solo cup. For some reason, box wine is fine in whatever you want to drink it out of, but when you get more expensive stuff, you gotta have glass. Same with Scotch, Whisky (Scottish), etc
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We have ALWAYS used REAL glasses....tent camping/camper/RVs

Can't stand Solo Cups/Styrofoam etc
Can't stand paper plates or plastic spoons/folks/knives


We use Corelle plates/bowls and Glass Tumblers
Heck..when we FTd we carried/used Nortake China




Out of the 2 tumbler options in your picture.....
Like the one on right with the design etched in it


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