Appliances You Should Never Buy

Appliances You Should Never Buy

Appliances You Should Never Buy
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Unfortunately, there are appliances you shouldn’t buy. Some are cleverly marketed, so you won’t know until they have taken residence in your kitchen or laundry room. Then it’s too late. Having a framework of what not to do will bring you closer to a functional and well-designed kitchen. In this video, you will learn about the top appliances to avoid. You also see some worthy alternates to consider.

Many of these problems are annoying yet manageable. Air frying modes, for example, don’t work, but the rest of the stove functions do. Having a super quiet yet expensive dishwasher is not the end of the world. I can always say that the steam oven will add to my resale. It’s also a great place to hide my daughter’s chocolate bears. We never use it, so she doesn’t think to look.

However, choosing the wrong cooking appliance and ventilation is a big problem. Plan those well, as they will go a long way to enjoying your kitchen and the rest of your home.


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0:00 Intro
0:37 Extra Quiet Dishwashers
1:07 30-Inch Dual Fuel Pro Ranges
1:51 Ranges with Air Frying Mode
2:29 Anything You Won’t Use
2:54 Black Stainless-Steel
3:37 Combo Washers and Dryers
4:21 Downdraft Vents
5:04 Key Takeaways

James Penn

August 3, 2021 @ 5:00 pm


I wish I would have watched this before buying my appliances

Shelley Behm

November 26, 2021 @ 6:13 am


This is a very timely video for me as I’m looking at appliances for a new build. I arrived at many of the same conclusions so I’m glad I was on the right track. Good advice!

Luz Tirado

November 26, 2021 @ 6:50 am


GE appliances for starters. I learned the hard way…


November 26, 2021 @ 4:12 pm


sure you can fix black stainless steel just get a lab power supply a sponge and some steel electrodes and 4 molar NaOH and hook the positive the the appliance and the negative to a metal piece with sponge wrapped over it dipped in NaOH.
set current density to 2ma/cm^2 based on the surface area of the wet sponge and press for 5 minutes.

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