Updating old kitchen appliances
You can get an under cabinet hood in stainless steel for 0.
Built in microwaves with a trim kit start at about 0.
The sealer goes on white, but it dries clear And you can determine the level of gloss you want, by how many coats of sealer you apply.
All righty, I’ll put the last screw in the handle here, and hopefully this little clip will slide right over it. I got to admit, this thing looks a heck of a lot better than the refrigerator I started with.
And a good cleaning will get rid of that dust and any dirt that’s left on the fridge.
I’m spraying a rust-inhibiting primer over those bad spots to add an extra layer of protection against any future problem.
But if you update your appliances with stainless steel, even the most basic kitchen package will stand out as more modern and updated.
Even if appliances are the only update one makes to their kitchen, the kitchen as a whole looks tremendously improved.
And don’t think we’re just talking a full Viking suite, either. When you’re updating your kitchen appliances there are some things to remember.
Danny Lipford: If you’re looking for a project around your home that’s very budget-minded, look for something that works really well but doesn’t look so good. All the gaskets are in great shape; but you got to admit, it’s pretty ugly.
And then let the project be improve the appearance of it so you don’t have to replace it or throw it away. Now, people have been sanding and repainting appliances for years.