Sinks. Friday , October 13th , 2017 - 15:11:02 PM
Utility sinks are specialized sinks that are designed to handle large cleaning jobs in the laundry room, garage, mudroom or utility room. Sinks are normally used for washing our hands or utensils. Bathroom sinks are also known as lavatories and usually offer a wider variety than kitchen sinks do. Sinks are generally available in different colors, styles, designs, patterns, depths, heights, widths and materials. Utility sinks can be used for more than just cleaning hands or utensils. They tend to be larger and hence you can use them to wash and clean a wide variety of things ranging from shoes to your dog. But because they are huge does not mean that they would not be good in appearance.
Now it’s time to install the new sink into the counter. With the sink upside-down, gently squeeze a line of silicone caulk around the outer edge. Flip the sink over and carefully place it in position. Measure carefully to make sure that it’s parallel with the front edge of the counter, and adjust if necessary before the caulk sets. If there are any mounting clips or other bracing required for your sink, install them now.
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.
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