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dpaulzin wrote at 2011-01-23 15:42:20
I actually have a large set of the miracle maid cookware that is no longer being used and am in the process of getting it on ebay.  If interested let me know.  It has many peices including some bakeware.

Nance wrote at 2012-02-14 18:13:15
I bought Miracle Maid cookware in 1966 and I still have 1 piece with cover which I use regularly.  Several years later a door to door salesman came through and sold me 3 sets of Kitchen Craft (for myself and 2 children)saying this was the new and improved version of Miracle Maid.  (1993) We still use the new as well as the old and I don't think they will ever wear out. They were well worth the money.  

nellieann wrote at 2013-03-03 11:00:53
i purchased a set of MM waterless cookware 32yrs ago. i still have a few peices left. if the person complained about the bottom finish coming off she did not buy what i did. during those years my set dissappeared from my kitchen and was used for various things. some were left to rust, some used for washbuckets, ALL peices i have recovered and cleaned properly are fully functional. This finish cannot be destroyed.

Deb wrote at 2013-09-01 19:15:17
I purchased a set of Miracle Maid in 1977. I am still using it today and it looks and works beautifully.  

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