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Trade in old for new at Aino Living

Published: Fri, 12 Apr 2013

SHAH ALAM:   If you are looking for a change in dinnerware to brighten up your dining table, head on to Aino Living with your old dinnerware and get a 50% discount on your purchases.


From now until May 5, there will also be selected dinnerware range on sale, 20% off on top of the 50% when trading in your old dinnerware.


With so many designs and colours to choose from, shoppers can now mix and match several new pieces with their existing ones at home.


“You don’t have to discard the entire dinnerware to buy a new set... It doesn’t need to be in the same colour, same design all the time.


“If your dinnerware is white, get rice bowls or the serving dishes in your favourite colour to bring out the mood of the setting,” said a spokesperson from Aino Living in a statement.


Meanwhile, Aino Living is also introducing their new non-stick, non-toxic Oasis’s Lock & Lock Ceramic Cookware.


Being the first of its kind sold in Malaysia, the cookware is ceramic-coated for a non-stick finish and is free from toxic chemicals found in Teflon coated non-stick pans.


“It’s also easy to clean and lasts longer than normal non-stick pans, and can also be used on induction cookers,” he said.


As it is new in Malaysia, Aino Living will be having cooking demos throughout the month of April to demonstrate the special features of this series.


Join them for the demonstrations and Aino Living will give buyers a chance to purchase it at a special price.
For more information on this or other products, log on to www.aino.com.my or drop by at any of their stores at 1Utama Shopping Centre, Empire Shopping Gallery, Sunway Pyramid Shopping Centre and Waterfront, Desa Parkcity.
 

 

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