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Stainless

Stainless

Steel

Steel

Sinks

Sinks

All of our stainless steel sinks are created with 304 Series Stainless Steel. 304 Series or “surgical grade” stainless steel is non-porous, hygienic, rust-free and extremely durable. This premium grade of stainless steel is considered to be the best formulation for residential sink manufacturing.  Also our sinks have an undercoating applied to them and are all fitted with sound deadening pads. Both features help deaden sound attenuation and act to reduce condensation buildup on the bottom of the sink that could lead to moisture problems in the base cabinet that the sink is installed in.

50/50 Undermount 18 G.

 

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40/60 Undermount 18 G.

 

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Large Single Bowl Undermount 18 G.

 

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60/40 Undermount 18 G.

 

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Bar Sink

LI-700 Betica 16 Gauge

 

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Bar Sink

LI-900 Tremiti

 

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Triple Compartment Sink 16 Gauge

LI-200-T Potenza

 

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Small Single Bowl Undermount 18 G.

 

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Cleaning Recommendations For Stainless Steel Sinks

Your new sink is made of premium 18/10 stainless steel and has a nominal thickness of 16 or 1 8 gauge, depending on the line of sink you have. The 18/10 refers to the proportion of chromium to nickel in the stainless steel alloy, The presence of chromium enables the steel to form an invisible layer of oxide that protects it against corrosion and the addition of nickel to the alloy increases its corrosion resistance while adding a bright polished appearance, hardness, and exceptional resistance to all temperatures. The extra thickness of the steel in our sinks will resist normal abuse; however we do recommend the use of our strainer-grids to protect against accidental damage.

 

Daily cleaning practices:

We suggest you clean the sinks as you would a stainless steel pot, use a mild detergent with a sponge, rinse and dry off. From time to time you may also polish it as to restore it to its original beauty and shine using "Never-Dull" (purchased at any auto supply shop) or any polishing cream for stainless steel of your choice.

Things to avoid:

1. Do not use harsh chemicals inside the sink; if you would not put it on your hands, don't put it in the sink. Bleaches, acids, thinners, etc. Be advised that some foods contain acids, such as lemons. If you do rinse off and dry clean ASAP.

2. Never lay rusted objects or objects prone to rusting inside the sink, although the sink itself is incapable of rusting it will stain if a rusted foreign object is laid in it.

 

Troubleshooting:

Q:  I scratched or dented my sink, what do I do?

A:  There is no way to avoid minor dents and scratched, in time they will blend in. If you are extremely bothered by them try using a metal polish, we have had success with a brand called "Top Brite", it will work on minor scratches.

Q:  I stained my sink by mistake, what do I do?

A:  Rinse off the sink and clean immediately, if it's too late read on. We have been using "Never-Dull"; it will remove almost anything, even rust.