Last Comment

No Comment.

Calendar

September 2017
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
 << < > >>
     12
3456789
10111213141516
17181920212223
24252627282930

Announce

Who's Online?

Member: 0
Visitor: 1

rss Syndication

26 Feb 2014 - 02:31:56 pm

American Standard Kitchen Sinks



My wife and I love to cook together and itís been
something that weíve done throughout our marriage.Our kitchen has a nice set up because we have
our regular two bowl kitchen sink on the main counter and then in an island in
the middle, we have a one bowl kitchen sink.
This is a nice set up to have because when I am doing dishes in the main
sink, my wife can wash off food or wash her hands at the same time, without us
getting into each otherís ways.It also
gives us an area where we can both work when we are preparing food.My wife is much better and faster at cooking
than I am, so when Iím getting something ready, she can get two or three other
components of the meal ready.












Having two separate kitchen sinks has also been nice
for holidays.At Thanksgiving, for
example, there is always a lot of food and different types of food being made
during the day.I usually help by making
the mashed potatoes.I can clean them
off and get them peeled and I wonít be in the way of other family members as
they are preparing other food or trying to get some dishes out of the way by
washing them.This also helps when our daughter-in-laws
are over for dinner and have extra things that they need to use the sink for.The sink in the island is also a good hand
washing station for us before meals, since the bathrooms are a little further
down the hall from the kitchen.



In our old home we were restricted to only one
kitchen sink and it sometimes caused problems.
It was hard for one of us to get some pre-cleanup done while the other
person was trying to prepare food and needed the sink for cleaning food or
washing their hands off.Not to mention
that the sink was inexpensive and had problems.
It cracked in one small part of the sink and started to link and every time
I filled up a large pot with water to soak, it seemed like the sink was going
to snap in half.The sink was also a
drop-in type sink, which made it a little harder to wipe off the counters and
the lip provided an area for mold to grow.



The sinks in our current home are American
Standard kitchen sinks.They seem to be
a lot more durable and have lasted many years without leaks or other
problems.I donít worry when there are
piles of dishes inside of the main sink or when I have a large pan soaking
before it is washed.Both sinks are
undermount type sinks which means that the counters are easy to wipe off and we
donít worry anymore about mold growing around them.Having these sinks has made our time spent in
the kitchen more enjoyable and it helps us to keep things organized and clean!



WSmith · 52 views · Leave a comment

Permanent link to full entry

http://plumbingadvice.sosblogs.com/Plmb-b1/American-Standard-Kitchen-Sinks-b1-p13.htm

Comments

No Comment for this post yet...


Leave a comment

New feedback status: Published





Your URL will be displayed.


Please enter the code written in the picture.


Comment text

Options
   (Set cookies for name, e-mail and url)