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You can also use it to warm up your plates, restaurant-style, without having to take up space in your main oven. 12. Induction cooktop. An induction cooktop transfers heat to pots and pans via a magnetic field. Unlike a traditional electric or gas cooktop, the induction cooktop has a surface that never gets hot to the touch. For this reason, induction cooktops are popular in households with small children and for those in hotter climates — there’s no surface heat to transfer into the air. Induction cooktops are also more energy efficient than gas and traditional electric cooktops. 13. Built-in ice maker. Ice makers that come with refrigerator-freezers often have a Cheap RTA Cabinets small capacity, so if your household goes through a lot of ice, you might agree with the commenters who suggest adding a stand-alone ice maker to your kitchen must-have list. 14. Appliance garage. Park your countertop appliances away and out of sight with an appliance garage. Typically set at countertop level, these cabinets allow you to keep your small appliances plugged in and at the ready, all while tucked neatly behind closed doors. Rts27959 is a fan of them, as is Jon Curtis, who refers to them as “tidiness controllers.” He advises: “Assess your counter space carefully and Cheap RTA Cabinets determine just how many of those appliances need to be out on the counter.” 15. Hot- and cold-water dispensers. Monacro and Jcornel15 love their hot-water dispensers. If you drink lots of tea or hot chocolate, hot water on demand is a nice kitchen amenity. You can also use one to get a jump start on a pot of boiling water — simply use the dispenser to fill your pot or pan. 16. Waste and recycling center. A popular item many of you have, or would add to your kitchens, is a waste and recycling center or cabinet. 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