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Registered: 05-2007
Location: Northern CA
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Non-stick Waffle Maker?


I have a so-called waffle maker emoticon
After a few years, it's totally a sticky mess to the point can't even make decent waffles with it 8( It can't be cleaned, tried & tried.

Do you have a 4 square waffle maker and like it? What brand is it?

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Registered: 10-2006
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Re: Non-stick Waffle Maker?


I have a non-stick (wink wink) too. The second batter drips I have to catch it or its all over. It's so dang messy ~ but it sure makes good waffles~ I keep a little toothbrush under the sink in a travel protector. After I make the waffles I just clean it right then and there ~ learned the hard way

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Registered: 12-2005
Location: my corner of the universe.
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Re: Non-stick Waffle Maker?


Used to have one myself. Now motherinlaw has one and she is the one that uses it all the time. And lost, isn't the toothbrush idea great. I have one by the kitchen sink too, works great for when you are cleaning the hot and cold water handles which seem to collect crap all the time.

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Re: Non-stick Waffle Maker?


Yes ~ it's amazing what you can do with one of those. I like it for around my burners on the stove and the handle on the fridge ~ sometimes the fridge itself as I have yet to breakdown and get stainless and also the inside magnetic strip. I don't know how that magnetic strips catches so much stuff but it sure does.

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