|Forum topic by Nubsnstubs||posted 11-08-2015 05:32 PM||939 views||0 times favorited||5 replies|
11-08-2015 05:32 PM
I was in California last week, and while there, I noticed that most places that sell coffee to go didn’t use the styro cups nor the cups that are made of something that looks like crushed styrofoam. Instead, the cups were made of paper like the ones used in years past.
Now, the reason for the post in the woodturning forum. We all hear about the foodsafe finishes for our turnings, but no one knows of a product that will withstand the heat….. Does anyone on this site have a friend or know of anyone working for Dixie Cups or other manufacturers. If so, ask them to find out what sealer is used for hot cups.
If it works for paper, and I know it does, it should work for wood. Any help would be appreciated…..... Jerry (in Tucson)
-- Jerry (in Tucson)