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    New kitchen sink

    We're remodeling our kitchen and need to decide on a new sink soon. One suggestion we got is Karran. Anyone have this kind? What else do you recommend and why?



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    Re: New kitchen sink

    I use C-Tech sinks almost exclusively in the houses I build. They are incredible looking sinks and very durable. This is of course assuming you are looking for stainless steel. Here is a link to there website.

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    Re: New kitchen sink

    We just put a new Acrylic sink in our kitchen. Couldn't tell you what brand it is. We were told that it doesn't scratch as bad as a cast iron enamel. We just got rid of a stainless steel one. Not a big fan, but if you get a good one, they aren't too bad. The cheap stainless ones are very flimsy.
    We like the Acrylic one so far, but haven't really had it long enough to be of a lot of help.



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    Re: New kitchen sink

    [quote=MNclone;689085]We just put a new Acrylic sink in our kitchen. Couldn't tell you what brand it is. We were told that it doesn't scratch as bad as a cast iron enamel. We just got rid of a stainless steel one. Not a big fan, but if you get a good one, they aren't too bad. The cheap stainless ones are very flimsy.
    We like the Acrylic one so far, but haven't really had it long enough to be of a lot of help.[/quo

    Good thicker stainless steel is good especially if you gey 9 " deep. Doesn't splash as easily.


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    Re: New kitchen sink

    I thought this was going to be a thread about the latest crappy thing life was throwing at ISU athletics.




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    Re: New kitchen sink

    We also have the acrylic sink and I love it. It doesn't scratch dent or discolor. We use comet and a scouring pad to clean it and it doesn't have any issues. I think it was a Corstone acrylic from Lowes.



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