Question about GE Kitchen Ranges
Ok let me try to clarify this problem for you. Anytime you apply heat to a stainless steel some yellowing is going to happen its just a matter of time. Stainless steel is made up of steel, chromium, nickle, as these elements are heated and cooled they change charecteristics hence the change in color. Some stainless steel groups are more resistant than others like 316 is more resistant to heat than 304. This explains why some appliances cost more than other ones. Better grade stainless equals higher price, also the controls and features wager in on this as well.
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Posted on Jul 06, 2008
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