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Crackle Glaze Stoneware Stackable Mug (Purple, Grey or Lime) for £1.60 @ John Lewis & Partners (c&c £2 or free with £30 spend)
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Crackle Glaze Stoneware Stackable Mug (Purple, Grey or Lime) for £1.60 @ John Lewis & Partners (c&c £2 or free with £30 spend)

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Posted 30th Sep
Vintage style mugs. Originally £5 each and now reduced down to £1.60

Available in three different colours: Purple, Grey or Lime

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A crackle glaze and a timeless striped pattern give this stoneware mug a vintage look. Available in several colours, mugs in this range are designed for stacking to save kitchen countertop and shelf space.

c&c £2 or free with £30 spend / p&p £3.50
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Not dishwasher or microwave safe according to the product specifications
Interestingly, Le Cruset stoneware mugs are dishwasher safe and microwave safe.
Why not do a vintage sink wash
DevilD30/09/2019 08:15

Why not do a vintage sink wash


Everyone in the house puts everything in the dishwasher and we run it overnight. It saves time with a family and with the dishwasher being a hot water feed model, it saves both water and energy as a bonus
SomebodE30/09/2019 08:21

Everyone in the house puts everything in the dishwasher and we run it …Everyone in the house puts everything in the dishwasher and we run it overnight. It saves time with a family and with the dishwasher being a hot water feed model, it saves both water and energy as a bonus


Lol how did the Victorians cope when they had no dish washer or washing machine or dryer!! Those were the days when ppl weRE NOT LAZY
SomebodE30/09/2019 08:21

Everyone in the house puts everything in the dishwasher and we run it …Everyone in the house puts everything in the dishwasher and we run it overnight. It saves time with a family and with the dishwasher being a hot water feed model, it saves both water and energy as a bonus

Dishwashers are amazing, until you're in a rush in the morning and realise you forgot to put it on the night before - trying to clean off day-old pasta from a bowl and make yourself even more late.

You then abandon the bowl and simply pour cornflakes and filtered milk into your mouth before spilling everything down your crisp, white shirt.

You then slip on the milk spillage and end up incredibly late for work.
M0nk3h30/09/2019 08:50

Dishwashers are amazing, until you're in a rush in the morning and realise …Dishwashers are amazing, until you're in a rush in the morning and realise you forgot to put it on the night before - trying to clean off day-old pasta from a bowl and make yourself even more late.You then abandon the bowl and simply pour cornflakes and filtered milk into your mouth before spilling everything down your crisp, white shirt.You then slip on the milk spillage and end up incredibly late for work.




We mitigate by having enough bowls
Ts189930/09/2019 08:48

Lol how did the Victorians cope when they had no dish washer or washing …Lol how did the Victorians cope when they had no dish washer or washing machine or dryer!! Those were the days when ppl weRE NOT LAZY


Modern technologies like smartphones have made workers time poor so I’m happy to lean on modern advances like dishwashers to get me time back in the day, even if it costs me more!

Yes, there’s the capital purchase of the dishwasher but I offset that against the additional time I can be doing something else. The fact I can counter some of the additional expense with savings on energy and water are a bonus.

We did hand wash for a week as an experiment but we found an average of an hour a day was spent washing dishes for a family of 4 plus regular visitors, like grandparents. The quantity of gas and water we used had also gone up.
For reference, we run the dishwasher twice a day on weekends and this is why our average hand wash time per day is so high.
Having to pay for collection? I just don't see the point.
Thanks so much op! Picked mine up today - grey look more brown to me than grey but still like them! Green are lovely. Such a bargain tho - were £7.50 each originally
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