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Old 10-13-2013, 06:51 PM
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We bought a house and it currently spec'd with GE. We are working on a deal to switch it out after closing for a credit at closing.
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Old 10-13-2013, 07:16 PM
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I gotta ask why two microwaves?

I will admit that we have two dishwashers (Miele) and I cannot image life without two dishwashers. One in the island and one in the side counter. Have a big bunch of people over for a party and need to clean up, they all go in and in a short order they are done! The Miele dishwashers have a solenoid in the supply line so that if the DW is not pulling power they water is cut off. There also is a tray built into the bottom of the DW and if water gets on it the DW shuts off. Our's triggered once and it worked flawlessly. They guarantee no leaks.

We love our counter depth SubZero freezer. Wolf and SubZeros are made in the USA and they make a big point to use a lot of US sourced materials and components. We had stainless steel appliances for 3 years and hated the chore of keeping the clean (I live with a neat freak or two) and so we went with wood panels when I remodeled our kitchen. We also have Miele double ovens and love them. If you can't cook in Miele double ovens you need to hang it up. LOL
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Old 10-13-2013, 07:24 PM
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2 Microwaves, tell me!

The wife said its her only requirement, so we don't get in each others way on a fast dinner night (ha). She wants 2 upstairs (still trying to talk her out of it) and there will be one downstairs in the kitchenette/in law/guest suite.
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Old 10-13-2013, 08:08 PM
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Try cleaning the stainless with baby oil. Works much better than the stuff they market for it.
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Old 10-13-2013, 09:35 PM
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The handle is where you put your hands not on the SS panels
My SS appliances started clean and stays clean
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Old 10-13-2013, 10:19 PM
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The handle is where you put your hands not on the SS panels
My SS appliances started clean and stays clean
You obviously don't have a 10 year old daughter
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Old 10-13-2013, 11:15 PM
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The handle is where you put your hands not on the SS panels
My SS appliances started clean and stays clean
As I said I live with a clean freak. It is not the first trip to the fridge that gets the smutz on it. It is the second trip to grab the mayo you forgot, only now your hands are wet from the lettuce and a few drips get onto the steel and that is when the OCD of my spouse kicks in.

We won't talk about my 10 year old and the trail of toxic mess she leaves behind. We tell her under no uncertain terms is she to try a life of crime because she will not last 2 seconds because of the trail of mess and finger prints she leaves everywhere.
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Nice house. What part of Martin is that on?
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Old 10-14-2013, 03:14 AM
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I would recommend staying away from Electrolux. I had a nasty experience with their warranty dept that i wouldnt wish on anyone. Bought a $2000 stove/range and right out of the box one burner wouldnt work. Took 8 months of phone calls till they would repair it. I even offered to return the stove to the store on my time and dime to speed things along and they refused. No idea why but they insisted that it had to be repaired in my home. In the end they did fix it and we're pretty happy with it now but i'm definitely soured to the brand.

We do love our LG fridge though.
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Old 10-14-2013, 05:19 AM
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Kitchen appliances are a part of resale value. Someday you'll be selling that beautiful retirement home. The appliances you install now are likely to still be there when it's time to sell. IMHO, you should start out with high quality stuff. It will more than pay for itself eventually.
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