Baked Enamel OR stainless for hood liner?
Down to the final decisions for the appliance order and want to make sure we end up with a good decision from a "what will look good in 2 years" standpoint and avoid any cleanup hardships we can.
We are ordering a vent-a-hood liner that will go inside an offwhite cabinet. They offer stainless finish, or black or white baked enamel finishes. Which is going to stand up to cleaning the best and not look awful dirty (though OF COURSE we never plan to let it stay/get dirty...life happens)? We don't fry alot BUT know hoods will powerfully extract the oil with the heat...wherever they find it so wanted to make the smartest decision.
Thoughts? Do any of you have white liners? black ones inside white housings? stainless (I am not a fan of cleaning stainless...seems to show EVERYTHING and of course they charge $200 more for the liner in stainless vs painted).
Thanks in advance for any feedback/suggestions.