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  • #16
    They do look good. When they're clean and they're never clean. Fingerprints aren't the problem, cleaning them is. Wiping them down w/ just a sponge really doesn't help because they're textured and show the streaks. There's a special cleaner to use. I wanted black but got overruled.
    Workin' for the man with money in his hand.

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    • #17
      They do look good. When they're clean and they're never clean. Fingerprints aren't the problem, cleaning them is. Wiping them down w/ just a sponge really doesn't help because they're textured and show the streaks. There's a special cleaner to use. I wanted black but got overruled.
      Workin' for the man with money in his hand.

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      • #18
        They look great as long as they are clean. In a working family kitchen they won't stay like that for long. When we refitted our kitchen we went for brown enamel finish which looks fine and is practical. Unfortunately, the hob extractor is SS. Looked great when new but looks a mess now.



        For a bachelor shag pad SS is great. For a heavily used cooking area it's a cleaning 'mare.
        Carpe ventum

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        • #19
          They look great as long as they are clean. In a working family kitchen they won't stay like that for long. When we refitted our kitchen we went for brown enamel finish which looks fine and is practical. Unfortunately, the hob extractor is SS. Looked great when new but looks a mess now.



          For a bachelor shag pad SS is great. For a heavily used cooking area it's a cleaning 'mare.
          Carpe ventum

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              • #22






                Quote Originally Posted by planteater
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                They look great as long as they are clean. In a working family kitchen they won't stay like that for long. When we refitted our kitchen we went for brown enamel finish which looks fine and is practical. Unfortunately, the hob extractor is SS. Looked great when new but looks a mess now.



                For a bachelor shag pad SS is great. For a heavily used cooking area it's a cleaning 'mare.




                We cook and bake often, and haven't had any issues keeping the SS clean -- though I am a bit of a neat freak and clean as we go.

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                • #23






                  Quote Originally Posted by planteater
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                  They look great as long as they are clean. In a working family kitchen they won't stay like that for long. When we refitted our kitchen we went for brown enamel finish which looks fine and is practical. Unfortunately, the hob extractor is SS. Looked great when new but looks a mess now.



                  For a bachelor shag pad SS is great. For a heavily used cooking area it's a cleaning 'mare.




                  We cook and bake often, and haven't had any issues keeping the SS clean -- though I am a bit of a neat freak and clean as we go.

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                  • #24
                    If you have a large refrigerator magnet collection, you'll have to consider the cost of long-term storage as they will no longer stick to your fridge, yo.
                    poast something else...

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                    • #25
                      If you have a large refrigerator magnet collection, you'll have to consider the cost of long-term storage as they will no longer stick to your fridge, yo.
                      poast something else...

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                      • #26
                        Yes, we have them, and they show EVERY fingerprint and smudge. You have to be careful cleaning the stainless too, because if you don't run the cleaning sponge in the same direction as the graining, you'll see new scratches. And, you better not use scouring cleanser on it for the same reason.
                        My band "The Executives" website : TheExecutivesMusic.com

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                        • #27
                          Yes, we have them, and they show EVERY fingerprint and smudge. You have to be careful cleaning the stainless too, because if you don't run the cleaning sponge in the same direction as the graining, you'll see new scratches. And, you better not use scouring cleanser on it for the same reason.
                          My band "The Executives" website : TheExecutivesMusic.com

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                          • #28






                            Quote Originally Posted by TRTrex
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                            We cook and bake often, and haven't had any issues keeping the SS clean -- though I am a bit of a neat freak and clean as we go.




                            I don't clean my hob extractor every day. Life's too short.
                            Carpe ventum

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                            • #29






                              Quote Originally Posted by TRTrex
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                              We cook and bake often, and haven't had any issues keeping the SS clean -- though I am a bit of a neat freak and clean as we go.




                              I don't clean my hob extractor every day. Life's too short.
                              Carpe ventum

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                              • #30
                                Wouldn't touch it with a bargepole.
                                "Now you've opened a whole sheetload of pain on everyone here, with all your black pudding insaneness." - Zygoat2

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