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Welcome to the kitchen link!
Kitchens have been a important room in everyone's home for thousands of years!
Here is some help from experts about recommended things that will help your kitchen turn out great!
First, tips and things that you need or helpful things from www.kitchen-bath.com!
They say that you need cabinets, fire prevention, electricity, a microwave, an oven, a refrigerator, an eating space, walkways, trashcans, windows, and furniture!
There is a variety of cabinets, refrigerators, trashcans, etc. You can choose many different kinds too. It's your choice to choose a type. And always check the quality!
But, things that will improve your kitchen are a dishwasher, storage, and a work triangle.
Some of you might not know what a work triangle is. A kitchen triangle is a triangle shaped work space, from the refrigerator, to the stove, then to the sink(s).
There are still more tips to be found, and here are some suggestions from www.kitchens.com!
The material you use in kitchens can effect how good your kitchen is.
Some floors that are no-no's in your kitchen are stone and wood. A floor that you DO want to use is terra-cotta tiles. They add warmth to your kitchen.
The most recommended material for counter tops is granite. Granite provides a good, solid counter top. Plus, it looks good!
But there are important materials for kitchen tools to as www.thehome.com says. Look at the list to see them:
Copper: good for kitchen pots and pans and expensive
Aluminum: good for cookie and cake pans
Stainless Steel: good, but better when mixed with another materials
Cast Iron: good for browning or boiling, but needs more care because of rust.
Porcelain Enamel: available in colors and safe for dishwasher. Enamel used for some coatings on other materials.
Nonstick Cookware: good to cook (or bake) foods with less oil or fat. Also easy to clean.
Cutlery: really good for cutting.
A lot of people like you have been happy with their kitchens. You can too, just use these needs and tips.
Go to the 2nd page to learn even more!
2nd page Home Kitchen Quiz
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