New Zealand Home & Building, October-November 1985
The shiny new look of plastic knobs are popular in heavy use areas of the home — the kitchen, bathroom and children's bedrooms, where they are used to brighten drawers and cupboards by contrast colour Plastic knobs in primary colours (red is the top seller) and white are available in most retail outlets, but a newcomer to the market, manufactured in polyester resin, lifts plastic to the more sophisticated end of the market. Invented in Germany, and manufactured here by a unique process these knobs have no division in the plastic, giving the knob a smooth inviting feel. As a colour fast dye is mixed with the resin and impregnated right through the knob, there are no problems of colour chipping off, or fading. These knobs are available in primary tones, grey and peach. Available in main centres at bathroom centres, and other retail outlets.