Chimney cooker hood

Postby moselinf » Tue May 01, 2007 2:53 pm

I have recently installed a stainless stell cooker hood in my kitchen, unfortunately the outer section of the chimney was too long to fit between the top of the hood and the ceiling. Therefore I removed approx. 8 inches with an angle grinder. Unfortunatley this has tarnished to brushed stailess steel effect.

Can anyone either recommend a product for removing the tarnish or something to cover the joint between the inner and outer section of chimney?
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Postby thedoctor » Sat May 12, 2007 11:13 am

We know of nothing to remove the tarnish but you can buy a strip of stainless from most engineering units in trading estates locally. If you give the engineer the size he can make you up a "collar" to cover the joint which you can drill and fix with self tapping screws in the least visible place.
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