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Post# 50130   11/29/2004 at 18:55 (6,872 days old) by gansky1 (Omaha, The Home of the TV Dinner!)        

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Post# 50131 , Reply# 1   11/29/2004 at 19:02 (6,872 days old) by spiralactivator ()        

Taste being very subjective, I usually don't make negative comments...but this is just ugly.

Post# 50132 , Reply# 2   11/29/2004 at 19:02 (6,872 days old) by westie2 ()        

If only made in Sunny Yellow, Pink, Aqua, blues and Poppy Red.

Post# 50139 , Reply# 3   11/29/2004 at 19:38 (6,872 days old) by tolivac (greenville nc)        

Yes-I to want the colors-Turquoise,and coral"pink" The seller on Ebay of this product seems to really like it-Now YOU can make your kitchen look like a laboratory or even like a Morgue lab in less than an Hour!!Can it be steam cleaned like the real thing or steam sterilized?Is the material really SS?If it were would be hard to cut.SS even as a foil would be pretty tough.I will stick to my "Harvest-or yellow.I go along with one of the other entries-Its ugly and even--creepy.Or-Make your kitchen look like the set on "Frankenstein 1970"!

Post# 50140 , Reply# 4   11/29/2004 at 19:47 (6,872 days old) by partscounterman (Cortez, Colorado)        
On the count of 3

everybody puke

Post# 50146 , Reply# 5   11/29/2004 at 21:34 (6,872 days old) by westytoploader ()        

THIS IS JUST HILARIOUS!!!!! NO WAY this is coming into my house!

Now EVERYBODY can have stainless steel, without that extra cost! Wanna make your BOL Roper dishwasher look good? Or how about adding a new life to that worn and rusty Hotpoint fridge! Well now you can, with PEEL & STEEL!!

Maybe I could put Stainless Steel on my Bendix...or not.

Post# 50151 , Reply# 6   11/29/2004 at 22:02 (6,872 days old) by maytagbear (N.E. Ohio)        
Just because--

Just because something CAN be done, does not mean it SHOULD be done!


Post# 50153 , Reply# 7   11/29/2004 at 22:19 (6,872 days old) by Jetcone (Schenectady-Home of Calrods,Monitor Tops,Toroid Transformers)        
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That is JUST TOO RAH HAH! "Hey honey we can redu de kitchen and save a bundle fah owa next case of Bud!!" I can here them now! 20 years of bartending teaches you alot of human nature.


Post# 50158 , Reply# 8   11/29/2004 at 23:04 (6,872 days old) by DADoES (TX, U.S. of A.)        

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Post# 50164 , Reply# 9   11/29/2004 at 23:44 (6,872 days old) by tolivac (greenville nc)        

Another thing to wonder-if the material is SS colored PLASTIC-would melt if he put it on the oven door--That WOULD be interesting!!Wonder if the EBAY user would be so happy then?He should give us an update after he has baked something in the oven He PEELED & STEELED!

Post# 50179 , Reply# 10   11/30/2004 at 07:03 (6,872 days old) by CleanteamofNY ((Monroe, New York)        

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OMG, another way to pimp my appliance!


Post# 50183 , Reply# 11   11/30/2004 at 08:42 (6,872 days old) by Unimatic1140 (Minneapolis)        

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YUK, now we all can feel like line cooks in our own kitchen for next to nothing!

Post# 50186 , Reply# 12   11/30/2004 at 09:29 (6,872 days old) by partscounterman (Cortez, Colorado)        

Yes, and I'll bet that stuff sticks nice and smooth with no ripples or waves in it.

A roll of vintage contact paper would be more tasteful (and fun!).

Post# 50228 , Reply# 13   11/30/2004 at 20:44 (6,871 days old) by appnut (TX)        

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And at that price, compared to buying new SS appliances, it's a "steel".

Post# 50239 , Reply# 14   11/30/2004 at 21:46 (6,871 days old) by rchris ()        

Who knew Reynolds was secretly in the appliance refinishing biz.

Post# 50840 , Reply# 15   12/12/2004 at 17:26 (6,860 days old) by bpetersxx (laf in on the banks of the Wabash River)        

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That horrid wrap is surfaceing again on ebay like a bad penny.

3 different people are selling it.

CLICK HERE TO GO TO bpetersxx's LINK on eBay

Post# 50864 , Reply# 16   12/12/2004 at 21:36 (6,859 days old) by tolivac (greenville nc)        

Sounds expensive for only 6.6 Sq ft of coverage.Seems like Standard "shelf paper" is less expensive by the sq Ft. and more attractive.That last seller really liked it--esp for his motor home-he could have wrapped his whole trailer with the stuff!!I would still be shy about using it on an oven door-think the oven would get too hot for it.What a Faux SS mess!

Post# 50871 , Reply# 17   12/12/2004 at 22:45 (6,859 days old) by Designgeek ()        

Here's my vote of No: it doesn't add functionality, it's a frivolous use of resources, it merely disguises something, and it may make it more difficult to clean. Let's have good industrial design first, so we don't need wasteful disguises later. Just my opinions of course.

Post# 50907 , Reply# 18   12/13/2004 at 12:47 (6,859 days old) by frigilux (The Minnesota Prairie)        

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On my appliances? No, no, no. Think of the groovy dinner jacket you could make from it, though. Call out the fashionistas! :)

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