Sunday, October 07, 2012

Finally!

They just finished installing my new appliances.  I'm so excited.  I'm "fixing" to start loading up the cabinets again.  I'm sure glad I waited because they had to remove a couple of cabinet doors, and were banging around so much that I'm sure something would have been broken.


I need to clean the fronts of the appliances.  There was some stainless steel cleaner that came with the units. I'm hoping water works okay because I know I'll forget to pick up that stuff when I go to the market.

Off to finish tackling laundry .... it has accumulated! 

Next weekend I should have a clear path to my sewing machine!  Hooray!!

10 comments:

Kathie said...

wow everything looks so pretty! lucky you!
enjoy that new kitchen
Kathie

Penny said...

stainless steel appliance installation is the finishing touch & now your kitchen is truly gorgeous! I think some of those specialized cleaners create more work especially cleaning SS. I use diluted liquid soap in hot water then polish using soft rag working w/ the grain of SS.

dortha said...

Looks like you have a beautiful new kitchen. I hope you enjoy it very much. Now I wish you more sewing time.

Cathy said...

Looks very nice! I like your cabinet handles/drawer pulls. And it looks like you have a Keurig coffee machine. My husband unexpectedly gave me one for Christmas last year, and I love it!

Darlene said...

It's beautiful, Vicky. I'm glad it's finally finished - whew!

Can't till you have a clear path to your machine.

Colleen said...

Gorgeous! I want to redo my cabinets black just like yours :o)

CitricSugar said...

The kitchen is gorgeous!

Stainless steel cleaners work okay but to keep them in "easy to get prints off" condition, wipe in the direction of the grain with a soft cloth and a little bit of olive oil. That way the prints buff off really quickly.

Carol said...

It looks wonderful! I'm so happy for you that it's all done and you and Penny can get back to your normal life...no more banging and clanging! And Penny's dish can go back where it belongs...LOL! Although she's probably used to where it is now.

AnnieO said...

Very nice! Having that installation event crossed off the list I'm sure is a big sigh of relief. Enjoy!

Library Gal Quilts said...

So happy for you! I have stainless steel and my best advice is to get a microfiber cloth and only go in one direction when you clean if you can. Also, keep your rings clear of the dials on the stove...I have scratches and they make me sad. Everything looks great! Hope you get back to quilting soon! Pam