Refurbish Appliances with Stainless Steel Contact Paper
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Instead of buying costly new appliances for your kitchen, it's cheap and easy to give the old ones a face lift. with cleaning fluid, a toothbrush, and some stainless steel contact paper, you can make old appliances look new, and the Handyman Fix Home Repair site details how. The instructions detail the process for a refrigerator and stove, but it's probably easier to start off with a smaller appliance. The same principles apply—do a deep cleaning and go slow and steady with the paper. cut a few strategic holes for buttons and knobs, and that hand-me-down toaster is looking a lot more usable. Thanks Kevin! Photo by Dominic Sayers.
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