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Kitchen cabinets


Kitchen cabinets

POSTED BY administrator on May 27 under kitchen

Kitchen cabinets
News from The Guardian:

I was fascinated to get a look at Cameron’s new Downing Street kitchen (Eyewitness: No 10 Downing Street, 26 May). I thought it looked comfortable, practical and a bit like mine. Tom Meltzer (Shortcuts, G2, 26 May) is hypercritical and probably doesn’t spend much time in kitchens.

I have a bookcase in mine for recipe books and whatever I happen to be reading, and I have an iPad for looking at recipes online and sending the odd impulsive email like this one (just like the Camerons I am smart enough to keep the cover on when I am not using it).

Our pots, cups and glasses are on shelves just like Sam and Dave’s. Our oven gloves bear similar battle stains. Unfortunately, having the right kind of kitchen does not seem to have advanced my husband’s political career at the same speed as Dave’s, but I am very hopeful that we are on the right track.<…………… continues on The Guardian
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News from Philadelphia Inquirer:

Posted on Fri, May. 27, 2011

We take your questions, but we also welcome readers’ input.

Reader John E. Dinsmore offered his own experiences in restoring kitchen cabinets in response to a request for advice on sprucing up 23-year-old oak ones.

“I had fabulous results with Howard Restor-A-Finish on my oak cabinets,” he said. “I cleaned with mineral spirits, then applied Howard’s with 000 [grade] steel wool and wiped it off after a while.”

“The cabinets look new,” he said. “Howard makes a beeswax for keeping the finish looking new. New hinges and handles, if you want, and you’re done.”

The Western Wood Doctor at www.westernwooddoctor.com recommends using 0000 grade steel wool, known as “four aught” to apply Howard’s rather than 000, or triple aught – isn’t this terminology a hoot? – since four aught is finer. But you cannot argue with John’s success.</…………… continues on Philadelphia Inquirer

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