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Best smudge-proof stainless steel?

Posted by mahndu (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 30, 09 at 8:38

I am buying new stainless steel kitchen appliances and since I have a toddler, am going mostly with the Frigidaire Professional line which uses smudge-resistant EasyCare stainless steel. I need to go with another brand for the refrigerator (I want a bottom-drawer freezer). Any suggestions for other smudge-resistant brands?

Thanks,
Sarah


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RE: Best smudge-proof stainless steel?

There's not another brand that looks like the frigidaire pro stuff. The next best thing in my opinion is the GE clean steel line.

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RE: Best smudge-proof stainless steel?

mahndu,

I'm not sure if you're trying to match to your other appliances but here's my Fisher & Paykel counter-depth fridge with EZKleen stainless steel. I love it, it's been a breeze to keep clean, even with my messy family. Good luck!

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RE: Best smudge-proof stainless steel?

That is one SWEET looking fridge! I was looking at the Jenn-Air french door but that Fisher is nice. I don't like the outside water dispenser because it eats so much room on the door but yours doesn't. Are you happy with it?


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theanimila, I really do like it. It's water only through the door, no ice, which is why it doesn't take up much room. The icemaker is inside the freezer drawer. My old Whirlpool fridge had the same cu ft, but for some reason this counter-depth fridge seems to hold so much more, maybe because it's wider and nothing gets lost in the back?


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Thanks so much for the tips. The Fisher & Paykel is beautiful!!


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