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koonyue
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Posted Thu Mar 28, 2013, 9:38pm
Subject: Terra Keramik cups
 

Hi,

I like those cups from TK in first sight, but worry on those platinum rims will wear out, or become dull after day to day used.

Normally I drink 2 shots / day, will only hand wash those cups.

Anyone with experience to those TK cups, can share some advice?

Thanks
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Posted Thu Apr 4, 2013, 6:19am
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I have 4 of their cups (blue, orange, red, yellow) and they are just beautiful!  I would imagine the platinum might wear out a little after a few years.  However, that would not worry me as they would still be beautiful cups, regardless . . .
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Posted Tue Apr 16, 2013, 1:25am
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The best way to ensure to no wear, is to handwash with minimal, non abrasive soap, infrequently.

But, I have seen report of the titanium wearing through, even when people have done the above.



Still..  They are such beautiful cups.

 
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