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  1. Paul Ranelli says:

    what language is this “When buying revere ware cookware sets, you will be given with products from different brands available to choose from.”? No wonder the site is useless to customers.

  2. Paul Ranelli says:

    why is it so hard to find a retail store with your product? perhaps it would help if your site listed dealers by location. if you know of any need zip code 02466, please let me know.

    • admin says:

      Once again, all the products that I discuss in this blog, that time is still available on Amazon. You try to click the image or the link on this blog, usually will go directly to Amazon products

  3. Susie Gilbertson says:

    was wondering how to start a warranty claim for copper bottom pan that warped.

  4. C.G. says:

    Where in NYC (Manhattan, specifically) can I purchase your copper bottom cookware? Macy’s, where I purchased in the past, no longer stocks RevereWare!

    • admin says:

      All the products that I discuss in this blog, that time is still available on Amazon.
      You try to click the image or the link on this blog, usually will go directly to Amazon products

  5. Clare Singer says:

    Hello!

    I have a traditional 9&1/2 inch skillet that I lost the cover. Would you happen to sell that item or know where I can buy a new one?

    Thank you,
    Clare

  6. KATHIE A HALL says:

    My mother passed away not to long ago. My father was going through the pots and pans and found our oldie goldie and asked me if I wanted it. I told him of course it was still usuable. This was one of the pots in a full set he bought her one Christmas back in the fifties. The cookware was new on the market, she loved it. Over the years pieces have been lost in moving, except for her one treasured pot. It used to be a pressure cooker, the lid has been lost but the pot is still in great shape. I love to cook stews or soups in it, in fact I am cooking potatoe soup in it as I type. I am 60 years old and will continue using it until it finally gives up which will be a long time from now. I will give it to one of my daughters and a family keepsake even if it does not get used for cooking.
    Just wanted to let you know Revere ware keeps on a cooking after all of these years.

    Kathie A. Hall

  7. Alice Angelo says:

    Hi,
    I left the pot unattended too long and burned to black the bottom of my 6 quart copper bottom pot. I’ve managed to get the black coating off the bottom with a lot of elbow grease. Only a few tiny black spots refuse to come off. Is the pot still safe to use?

  8. Cecile Chevraux says:

    Hello,

    Please guide me to the local retailers in my area who sell Revere Ware Cookware. I live in Beaverton, Oregon 97006

    Thank you, Cecile

  9. Sherry Patrick says:

    My sister has a corning ware slow cooker. I am trying to buy one. Where can I find one?

    Thanks, she loves hers.

  10. Alyssa Greenspan says:

    I have two tops to my cookware that have broken. The black handle has come unglued from the pot top. I have tried to glue them back but they do not stay.

  11. Karen says:

    I have copper bottom pans that were purchased in the early l970s. Recently I have noticed that the inside bottoms are turning color. Sort of looks like oil when it is spilled – variation of colors. I have used a couple of different cleaners to no avail. My question — are they still safe to use? Thanks, Karen

    • admin says:

      If the color change was in the pot, I can’t say whether it is safe or not. I think should you buy a new one

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