Stainless steel sinks provide a sleek and functional design to accommodate any kitchen design and lifestyle. It is the most popular choice for today’s kitchens due to its clean look and proven durability.
GENERAL CLEANING AND CARE
Routine cleaning: Douse your sink with a mildly abrasive cleaner. Using a soft sponge, scrub with the grain of your sink. Rinse immediately with pure water, then dry,
Streaks: Make sure your sink is completely dry, then add a few drops of olive oil to a paper towel. Wipe the oil over streaked areas. Rinse immediately with pure water, then dry.
Smudges: Pour undiluted white vinegar onto a soft sponge. Gently rub the sponge over the smudges or spots and the surrounding areas. Rinse immediately with pure water, then dry.
We offer a variety of bowl shapes, sizes, and installation methods. Each sink is complete with a beautiful brushed satin finish that helps conceal small scratches that may occur over the lifetime of the sink. Our stainless steel sinks are made from high quality 14-, 16-, or 18- gauge steel in the 304 series, which guarantees they will not rust or stain. Most models are made of one piece construction that ensures sturdiness and durability. Each sink is fully insulated to help prevent dripping and condensation buildup under the sink, and also has a sound-dampening pad to minimize noise.
All of our stainless steel sinks are covered by a limited lifetime warranty.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Is 16-gauge stainless steel thicker or thinner than 18-gauge stainless steel?
16-gauge stainless steel is 25% thicker than 18-gauge stainless steel.
What kind of stainless steel do you use for your sinks?
We use high-quality, cold-rolled 304 and 300 grade stainless steel for our sinks.
Are all stainless steel sinks available with reversed side bowls?
Although most of our stainless steel sinks are available with reversed side bowls, our dual-mount stainless steel sinks are not available with reversed side bowls.
What is a good gauge for a sink?
The lower the gauge number, the thicker the sink is. Therefore, a 16- or 18-gauge model is a sound choice.
Can all of your undermount sinks be topmounted?
No, only our sinks labeled as dual-mount can be mounted both ways.
What size sink base cabinet is needed for an apron sink?
An apron, or farmhouse, sink requires a custom-built cabinet.