Ovens and the area around them get very warm and paint might have a hard time staying applied over a long period of time. Also it might be difficult to prevent brush strokes. On the other hand, Rust-Oleum makes a line of paints designed for high heat. Their paints are much more durable and would probably last. If the surface is metal, try sanding a bit to help the pain adhere, cleaning the surface well afterwards. Make sure you wear gloves for oil-based paints as they will NOT come off your hands easily! High heat paints: http://www.rustoleum.com/product.asp?frm_product_id=39&SBL=1
Gas stoves were the most common before electric stoves. Electric stoves came around in the 1930's. The electric stove is more common nowadays, but has yet to replace the gas stove. So to answer your question more directly: They have not replaced anything.
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As long as I say it does!
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An electric stove uses Alternating Current to operate.
it should be at floor level. That way the drawer can be removed to plug in the stove.
Some of the best rated brands of electric stove heaters include the Dimplex Electric Flame stove, the Merlin Electric Heater Fireplace and the Bionare fireplace Heater stove.
The Electric Stove was invented in 1896 by a certain Groff Copeman.
There are stoves that have a warming zone on the top that will reach around 60-90 degrees max. These are only featured on electric Ranges and the companies very. However 115 degrees should be at least the minimum setting on an electric stove.
Electric stoves are not as good as gas stoves, it's hard to change or lower the temperature in an electric stove, but it is a cheaper option than a gas stove.
For someone buying a electric stove over a gas stove, it isn't very energy efficient. The costs for a electric stove is almost three times as much for a gas stove.
The cord for the electric stove can extend out for a couple of feet.
If you mean converting an electric stove with coil burners to a smooth, glass cooktop, the answer is no.
An 'electric cooker' is the term generally used in the UK to describe what Americans and Canadians call an 'electric stove'.
The main difference between gas and electric stoves is the ease of changing temperature. A gas stove can be turned on and off instantly whilst an electric stove will need time to cool down.
A stove is either Gas OR Electric. Please rephrase the question. Thanks
Yes, you can use a electric stove. Just place it on top.
It depends on the stove. If you can find the manual, or look up the AMPs it uses. Should be around 50. Multiply 120V if you live in the US. By the number of Amps. That will give you the total amount of watts.
10 min at the most.
i think around 480 or so.
An electric stove uses the Potential Energy of electricity and transforms it into Thermal Energy.
circuit diagram is the most important in electric stove plugged into the socket