6 thoughts on “No Plastic, No Cord, No Batteries And No Teflon

  1. damn i have 2 of those 1 round one & a square one that came across the land in a covered wagon plus loys of CAST iron pots & frying pans.

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  2. Love the old WagnerWare. It’s the best! Have seven iron skillets of various sizes hanging in my kitchen and yes, they get regular use. Have four more stored downstairs and a small Dutch oven..

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  3. My favorite inherited appliance is my mother’s Waring blender from 1950. It has a single toggle switch on the front that says “ON”. The jar is built like a rock, and it works like a champ.

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  4. I have my mom’s old Electric Humidifier from the ’50s – the glass jar eventually broke but I found a replacement on FleaBay. No moving parts.
    Just soak the electrode paddles in vinegar for a week and she’s ready for the next 50 years!

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