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How to Clean Guardian Service Ware

by Karen Waggoner
Guardian Service Ware, thick aluminum cookware, was first introduced in the 1930s, flourished in the 1940s, and was discontinued in the mid-1950s. First touted as "waterless" cookware, the earliest pots and pans had aluminum lids which were later replaced with glass covers, but the design and utilit...
  • Angela Turner

    Always good to know

  • Auntie Knits

    How to Clean Guardian Service Ware - using 2 tbsp cream of tartar to 1 quart of water; this will clean and remove discoloration.

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