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Old 04-16-2015, 06:48 PM   #11
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Thanks everyone!
P.S. Brownie, those are great! I may have to get my husband to make those!
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Old 04-16-2015, 08:14 PM   #12
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I'm with DebKen. I emailed your tips and pics to the husband already Brownie
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Old 04-16-2015, 10:46 PM   #13
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Command hooks work great. I had an issue with them on the stained surfaces. I think I used a rubbing alcohol and wiped the wall, and never had an issue since.

In the cabinets everything moves. Big stuff is down low, and I put Styrofoam plates or paper towels between things to keep the issues with vibrations down.
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I love, love, love my Magma cookware (10-piece plus colander and soufflé pan). All of my 12 pieces ride very safely in an upper cabinet; they nest and store in less than 1/2 cu. ft. of space. When purchasing, pay attention to your choices ... the Ceramica surface option makes them a cinch to clean, and there is an induction version should you have such a cooktop. Every piece has a heavy bottom and should last forever!
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I also have the Magma Cookware and like it very much. Going on 2years now and wouldn't think of using anything else. I don't use propane I use butane and it heats up faster ( not that that matters when your camping) but it just does. Reason I use butane is because I cook mostly outside.
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I'm with DebKen. I emailed your tips and pics to the husband already Brownie
Brownie, you are in so much trouble!
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