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Kitchen sinks - how does your sink drain?

  1. American_Choices profile image76
    American_Choicesposted 4 years ago

    Kitchen sinks - how does your sink drain?

    One of life's daily duties is always at the kitchen sink, cleaning dishes, cleaning counters, scrubbing pots and pans and yet how many sinks really drain well. When I go to clean the sink, I have to use the nozzle sprayer on my faucet - always. Or the other choice is a paper towel but that seems silly when water is right at hand.

    What is your experience? Does this bother you too?

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    sheilamyersposted 4 years ago

    Mine drains fairly well, but I don't think there's any sink that doesn't end up needing dried a little. It probably wouldn't bother me that much if I didn't have hard water. If I don't dry out the sink, I get those annoying mineral spots. And since I don't have stainless steel, it's harder to clean when the stuff starts building up.

  3. BenRam profile image55
    BenRamposted 4 years ago

    Well I make sure that my sink is always clean. I also work on improving my counter tops. If you need help in granite countertop fabrication in Clearwater, you can check this one out. http://www.stmgranite.com/services.html

 
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