Monthly Archives: October 2011

4 Unique Panel Options for your New Built-In Refrigerator

[tweetmeme source=”plassappliance”]So you’ve purchased a brand new Built-In Refrigerator and are looking to add your own Panels. Here are 4 unique Panel options for your brand new Built-In.

Custom Wood: Custom Wood Panels are by far the most popular panel choice when it comes to choosing to add panels to a built-in. Creating custom panels to match your cabinets gives your kitchen a seemless and clean  look. Given the specifications provided by the appliance manufacturer, your cabinet-maker can simply create custom panels that match your cabinet design and look. Take note that there are three different types of Refrigerator models that accept Custom Wood Panels; Framed, Overlay, and Flush Inset. Each provides a different look and feel which you’ll need to notate to your cabinet-maker in order for them to create panels the right size and shape. Framed models accept wood panels that will sit inside of the exterior stainless steel frame of the Refrigerator unit. Overlay panels adhere to the doors of the Refrigerator and will cover the entire front of the Refrigerator matching your cabinets. Flush Inset Panels will also adhere to the doors of the Refrigerator however the look of the panels will allow Refrigerator to hide amongst the cabinets creating a kitchen where the Refrigerator is undetectable. Once you figure out which front custom panels you need for your new Built-In work with your cabinet-maker and be sure to provide all specifications. Custom wood panels add elegance and sophistication to your kitchen and are certainly a nice touch to consider for your new Built-In Refrigerator. See the example below of a Framed Sub Zero Built-In Refrigerator featuring Custom Wood Panels that match the Kitchen Cabinets.

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6 Great Tips to Help Clean Up your Home Appliances

[tweetmeme source=”plassappliance”]Each and everyday our Appliances encounter alot of hands. Your dishwasher gets loaded with dinner’s dishes, the fridge gets filled with tonight’s leftovers, and the microwave may get messy from that late night snack. Dirty or not your Appliances work hard and get the job done for everyone in your family. They may not always get the proper cleaning they deserve, but when it comes time, here are 6 great tips to help clean up your Home Appliances.

Dishwasher: Don’t let hard water deposits or food stains destroy the inside of your dishwasher. Instead knock out those deposits and send those stains away using items you have in your very own home and pantry, like lemonade drink mix, lemon juice, distilled white vinegar, or even everyone’s favorite drink Tang. Simply add one of the following items to your dishwasher detergent cup, and run a light/short cycle. The acid will attack the hard water deposits and food stains and remove them from within the inside of your dishwasher, making your tub look as good as new. Continue reading


Join Electrolux and KitchenAid in Support of the Search for a Cure

[tweetmeme source=”plassappliance”]Each year Electrolux and KitchenAid join in the fight to cure cancer and run special programs and promotions to raise money to make a donations that make a difference. Well this year is no different. Electrolux has paired with Kelly Ripa to support the search for a cure to Ovarian Cancer in an effort to donate $1 million dollars to OCRF. KitchenAid has continued on their commitment to Cook for the Cure with Susan G. Komen in order to raise money to support the search for a cure to Breast Cancer. Both programs are incredibly important initiatives and we at Plass are proud to support and spread the word. Read below how you can do your part and help these two Appliance Manufacturers meet their donation goals and support the search for a cure.

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