Sinks. Friday , October 13th , 2017 - 14:53:57 PM
Copper sinks often come in various finishes from a bright copper finish (like a new penny) to a dark patina (we call ours \"Dark Smoke\") and everything in between. The copper finish you choose is a matter of personal taste, but oftentimes our clients prefer the more \"weathered\" patinas to avoid the upkeep or uncertainty associated with shiny copper. If you want to slow down the patina process, try applying a wax like \"Renaissance Wax\". Applied every few months, the wax will provide a barrier between the copper and the environment.
Since 1873 Kohler has produced some of the most beautiful stainless steel kitchen sinks available in the market. Many critics even say that Kohler sinks are made with the consumer in mind first, since they offer the most functional sinks for any type of household. For example, one model that has earned the praise of many vendors is the Indio single-bowl model K-6410-1, which is an unusual under the counter stainless sink that places the faucet configuration to the far-right of the sink, not at the expected top side of the sink, allowing for more working space and clean lines.
You will actually want to install faucet hardware into the sink before you place it into the counter. The faucet should come with instructions for that particular model, and we recommend following the manufacturer’s directions. Test the swing of the faucet now before you tighten the nuts and bolts. This is also when you’ll install the strainer into the drainhole of your new sink, usually with plumber’s putty. Be sure that both of these items are watertight - you don’t want a leak!
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