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Arlo and Janis by Jimmy Johnson for July 19, 2019

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    Grumpy Old Guy  5 months ago

    White appliances never go out of style…..

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    amethyst52 Premium Member 5 months ago

    Use paste wax on stainless steel appliances. Put a coat on, let it dry and buff it. No fingerprints!

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    jarvisloop Premium Member 5 months ago

    We eat out most of the time. That means we rarely have to worry about smudged appliances.

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    Calvin Nelson Nelson Premium Member 5 months ago

    We’re looking to replace our 17 year old white stove. White is now a “premium” color. And they no longer make ranges with drip trays under the burners. :-(

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    Egrayjames  5 months ago

    Glass stove tops require daily cleaning if you want to keep them nice looking. It doesn’t take long for them to look bad if you don’t polish them properly and use non-scratching pots.

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    ScullyUFO  5 months ago

    About 15 seconds every morning using a product called “Invisible Glass” on the smudged areas. Discovered this by accident. All stainless appliances still look brand new.

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    AshburnStadium  5 months ago

    No more avocado or harvest gold stoves these days!

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    The Pro from Dover  5 months ago

    Ah it keeps us oughta trouble.

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    Dani Rice  5 months ago

    Don’t replace an old, but still serviceable item. We had a dining room table Hubby bought second-hand in 1974 for $100. It was a workhorse! I could pin patterns, work on dollhouses, work jigsaw puzzles, etc. We also ate on it. It looked a mess, but throw a tablecloth over it and nobody knew. Somebody had a solid cherry Queen Anne set on the local Swap List for $150, so we bought it. The new table is lovely, but it’s not good for anything but eating.

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    assrdood  5 months ago

    I have the same feeling about the Keurig coffee maker. But can’t switch back to the drip kind ‘cause there’s a small fortune of “Kups” in the pantry. What a waste of money!

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    jr1234  5 months ago

    white stove but oven door is black…see how dirty it is when morning sun shines on it and IF you are looking at it

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    taterhead15  5 months ago

    WD-40.

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    david_42  5 months ago

    My “new” stove is brushed nickel, very easy to clean. However, I bought it for the burner arrangement and because the top has a raised edge that is over 1 cm high, so boil-overs can’t drip onto the floor.

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    msstetts4  5 months ago

    Stainless Steel appliances are the Avocado appliances of this century

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    Fontessa  5 months ago

    I have lived through ALL the colors of large appliances: White, Pink, Turquoise, Brown, Coppertone, Harvest Gold, Avocado Green, Almond, Black, and five shades of Stainless Steel. And I don’t EVEN want to talk about shag carpeting.

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    samfran6-0  5 months ago

    Had the harvest gold stove and fridge back in the 80’s. Fridge had 3 doors. Freezer on one side and ice maker on the top. Stove had the knobs on top along side of burners. Thought that was the coolest. Ah…memories.

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    micromos  5 months ago

    Ss is not attractive. Looks institutional.

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    Tyge Premium Member 5 months ago

    We’ve moved back to white for everything.

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    Dianne Lee Premium Member 5 months ago

    Please don’t move back to white for everything, and don’t give anyone else the isea that it’s a good idea. I want to build a house, and I am finding everything I need on Craig’slist in white practically free, because the owners are putting in stainless steel. Looks like a chemistry lab, not a home where people actually eat and talk and love each other. But, I will be the first to tell them how great their new steel lab looks, since I want the pretty ones.

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    craigwestlake  5 months ago

    If you have kids even clear-coat and barbed wire won’t prevent smudges and streaks…

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    David Huie Green  5 months ago

    Marching forward…

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    eladee  5 months ago

    Good ole fashioned WD40 works too. Spray on a cloth and wipe away fingerprints.

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    Robin Harwood  5 months ago

    Kitchen appliances should be white enamel, the way nature intended.

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    jdbullis  5 months ago

    Our black frig was easy to keep looking good also

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    57BelAir  5 months ago

    My wife hates the stainless steel stuff, but it’s getting more difficult to get a white option in the appliance you want.

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