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Krunchers

06:26AM | 03/19/05
Member Since: 03/18/05
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Currently remodelling kitchen and am deciding on stove, fridge and microwave. I like the stainless steel fridge. My wife thinks ALL three then need to be stainless steel. I do not agree. I need some professional/expert opinions on what is appropriate/correct for the major kitchen appliances styles/colours. Thanks.

kimmera

07:11PM | 03/29/05
Member Since: 03/28/05
4 lifetime posts


I am not an expert or professional but I think stainless steel goes OK with black, especially if the fridge had black handles. Stainless steel-white is not that good. As a stainless steel appliance owner, I can't say that I am happy with our choice. Stainless steel shows finger prints etc too much and and you need to clean it with a special solution to get the perfect look, wiping it off with damp towel makes an uneven look for some reason. And ours can't hold magnetic thingies so I can't put pictures on the fridge. Some new models now have this capability. And stainless steel costs much more than black and white.
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