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stove top gets really hot is it normal?

i asked the landlord he said it's normal but i really don't think so it's not just the burners it is electric if i use the oven the stove top gets hot i was just wondering it it's normal if anyone else had this problem it will melt things on top and makes Salt pepper get yucky in shakers

Hello, this has always been a good question, and you won't believe the industry standards. With the oven set at 400 degrees- There is no limit on range tops! side panels - painted 152 degrees, porcelain 160. Oven door- painted 152, porcelain 160, glass 172. Lower drawer- painted 152, porcelain 160. Now the knobs really get me, plastic or plastic coated metal 167 degrees, metal 131 and the skirt could be 20 degrees hotter. In self clean- plastic or plastic coated 182 degrees and metal 152. Every one of these temps. could burn the skin!
I know this is more than what you asked, but thought you might find it interesting to know.

Whether or not the kitchen is your favorite part of the house, it is without a doubt one of the most important. Where else would you prepare and store your food? Some people are likely to overlook this room, especially those who spend little time in it, and probably only a handful have wondered about its evolution. Yes, like most things, kitchens did not always look and function like they do today.

In the West, open fire and charcoal were the sole means of heating food until the 18th century, and this was reflected in the architecture of the kitchen. It was technological advances during industrialization that brought major changes to the kitchen. Iron stoves were introduced – they enclosed the fire completely and were more efficient. They were fired with wood or coal until the late 19th century, when using gas for lighting and cooking became common in urban areas. Pots and kitchenware were mostly stored on open shelves. Later on, kitchen floors were tiled, and kitchenware were stored in cupboards to protect them from dust and steam. In the 1940s, a trend began in the United States to equip the kitchen with electric appliances such as blenders and toasters.

Nowadays, the kitchen is not only a place of functionality, but of design. Aside from the interior, unique kitchen accessories are a good way to spruce up your cooking (and sometimes dining) space. One of a kind salt and Pepper shakers will surely attract more people to the dinner table. Unusual utensils like a chopstick spoon will make eating even more fun. And a bottle opener/fridge magnet in the shape of a shark’s dorsal fin is both useful and stylish. Unique kitchen accessories will also make great gifts for your mom who loves to cook, or your friend who’s having a housewarming party. The kitchen is an essential place in the house, and it deserves to be filled with unique kitchen accessories.

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Riz Davis, 26, is the Internet Marketing Associate of Gadget Epoint LTD. An internet savvy and geek by heart, she enjoys browsing the net for unusual gadgets and novelty items.

Article Source: ArticlesBase.com - Evolution of the Kitchen


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