Can plastic bottles hold hot water? Just look at the bottom of the bottle~

2021-09-18


Polyethylene terephthalate (PET)
Heat resistant to 70 ℃ deformation, harmful substances begin to dissolve; It is a disposable container and cannot be reused.
Common: plastic bottles of mineral water, fruit juice and carbonated drinks
Suggestion: don't be a water cup or storage for a long time. Throw it after drinking.

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High density polyethylene (HDPE)
It is not easy to clean thoroughly, so it is not suitable for use as a plastic bottles, and recycling is not advocated.
Common: shampoo, shower gel and other daily chemical cleaning products or white medicine bottles.

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Polyvinyl chloride (PVC)
Poor heat resistance and easy to decompose at high temperature.
Common: mostly used for raincoats, building materials, etc
Recommendation: blacklisted

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Polyethylene (PE)
Poor heat resistance and easy to decompose at high temperature.
Common: mostly used for raincoats, building materials or fresh-keeping film and plastic film.

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Polypropylene (PP)
Polypropylene (PP) is the most heat-resistant plastic; the bottom of the water bottle is marked with "5", which can be safely filled with hot water.
Common: special plastic tableware for microwave oven and some milk bottles can be reused after cleaning.

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Polystyrene (PS)
It is not resistant to high temperature and easy to decompose in case of acid and alkali
Common: bowl instant noodle box, fast food box
Suggestion: put it on the blacklist

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Polycarbonate (PC)
It is easy to release bisphenol A at high temperature. Bisphenol A is an endocrine disruptor. The higher the temperature, the more it is released.
In case of damage, uneven lines will appear, which is easy to hide bacteria, so it should be stopped.
Common: Space Cup, sports cup
Suggestion: do not install hot water

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