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Posted by Sal Anderson  •  Filed under stainless, steel sinks

Stainless steel sink is a vital part of the kitchen. The sink is the busiest appliance and heavily used in the kitchen. You could use it for cleaning vegetables, preparing foods, washing dishes, etc. The amount of things that people use their kitchen sinks for is innumerable. If you are this households that is always on the go and uses their kitchen sink for variety of different things, then you could do no better than a stainless steel sink.

When looking to purchase a kitchen sink, you must always go for the one that offers the best quality. You may obviously not want any kitchen sink that will not be a long lasting one or be a difficult one in maintaining.

Why would you go with a more functional variety over more stylish one? If you have to ask that question, then you have never had any issues with sink breakage your problems. Those are made up or sink in a break or crack entirely too easily for comfort most people. All it takes is something to heavy being dropped to make the whole thing worthless.

Stylish porcelain varieties simply cannot hold up to the durability that stainless steel once provide, and those that are made of this material also last much longer than those made of porcelain. The most common issues with stainless steel sink are scratches and or a couple of dents. There is not much that even your hyperactive dog getting a bath in the sink could do to damage it. Stainless steel sinks are easy to clean and will last a lifetime with easy maintenance.


Tagged: Stainless Steel Sink, Kitchen undermount sink, kitchen sink

Comments (3)  •  May 27, 2010  •  Edit

3 Responses

admin Says:
April 20th, 2009 at 2:17 pm

Stainless steel sink is one of the best option in the market. Do you know that 16 gauge is better than 18 gauge? The smaller the gauge, the thicker the stainless steel.

Shinydog Says:
April 20th, 2009 at 3:21 pm

We have our stainless steel sink for almost 5 years now, and it is still looking great. One day, trying to be environmentally friendly, I had rinsed out a can for the recycling bin, & left the can in the sink overnight to drain. I ended up with a neat round rust stain on my sink. Any help in removing the rust? thanks.

admin Says:
April 20th, 2009 at 2:17 pm

Try CLR. it removes rust, then go back witha stainless steel cleaner to get it clean again. also, i have found that the best way to give teh stainless a nice clean look is to wipe it totally dry when cleaning. leaving any water behind will make it look dull

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