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Melamine-based plastics sold as dinnerware and kitchenware have also raised safety concerns. Melamine plastics degrade and release chemical constituents upon heating to temperatures utilized for cooking in ovens and microwaves, as well as upon exposure to acidic foodstuffs. As a result, there is a risk of melamine and formaldehyde discharge into foods prepared or stored in melamine-containing dishes, bowls, and other products in the home. Although the extent of impact on human health from chemical degradation due to heating remains unclear, manufacturers of melamine plastics typically supply instructions on the safe use of their products in order to minimize risk. Advancements in heat-stability of melamine-based plastics have also helped reduce the risk of chemical leaching.

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