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If there isn't, you might try having a local metal shop cut you a piece of stainless, fold and weld the edges to make a cover for the door and adhere it either with epoxy or a small tack-weld. I wound up having to have a cover made for my Mom's stainless-steel fridge when only white and black ones were available and a metal shop doesn't charge much for it.
Alternately, if the metal panel is housed in a frame, try taking apart the frame, removing the panel and flipping it over. They usually just paint the one side, and if the other side is bare metal, such as aluminum, you can use sandpaper to give it a brushed finish and some clear-coat spray paint to give it that shiny stainless look and durability. Then just reassemble the door with the stainless-looking side facing outwards and the wrong-color side facing in. Worked for Mom's dishwasher!
These guys make dishwasher and refrigerator covers that simply fit over the front of your appliance. They have solid colors, textures, designs and even stainless steel. They even have a product called instant chalkboard which comes in very handy for grocery and to-do lists.
yes / when changing to ss from white . most people wasnt the black control panel . as it looks best . the cost of the panel and stainless . is costley . and inless dw is newer model . most would look at the cost of a new one .. hple this helps mm
Hello. Not all dishwashers have multiple panels which you can interchange. However, you always have two other options. One is to paint the white cover with stainless steel spray paint. You can do this yourself with spray cans available from home depot, or you can remove the door and take it to an autobody shop to have it professionally done.
you can also have a piece of stainless sheet metal cut to size at a metal fabricating shop and use a construction adhesive to attach it to the front of your dishwasher, using stainless outside corner trim to finish the job.
You do not turn them. It is a pin so use some pointey nose pliers to grab the little bar and pull it out. Push them in by hand when you finish but make sure the little bar that you grabbed with the pliers is vertical, just like you found it
I have two options for you to consider. One is to take your panel to any sheet metal fabricating shop and have them make a stainless steel version for you. The other is to get a spray can of stainless steel appliance paint and apply it. i have used the stainless steel paint on entire appliances with excellent results.
Yes indeed! If you know the measurements, you can buy a stainless panel from www.applianceart.com cut to any size you would like. THey also have a cheaper "faux" stainless option too. Many colors and designs as well.
I'm not sure if that replacemetn part would work, but I know you can get cheap stainless panels and faux stainless options at applianceart.com. They have colors, textures, seasonal, designs, and stainless steel. You can choose between faux stainless (as seen on HGTV and the Today show) or regular stainless metal. check out www.applianceart.com