• BLANCO 440205 Diamond Silgranit Drop-In or Undermount, 15" X 15", White
  • BLANCO 440205 Diamond Silgranit Drop-In or Undermount, 15" X 15", White
BLANCO 440205 Diamond Silgranit Drop-In or Undermount, 15" X 15", White
BLANCO 440205 Diamond Silgranit Drop-In or Undermount, 15" X 15", White

BLANCO 440205 Diamond Silgranit Drop-In or Undermount, 15" X 15", White

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  • SINK DIMENSIONS: 15" L X 15" W X 8" D and designed to fit a minimum 15" cabinet base
  • COMPACT SOLUTION: Ideal for complementary second sink, butler's pantry or bar sink
  • EASY INSTALLATION: Can be installed as either a drop-in or undermount for added convenience
  • ULTRA-DURABLE PATENTED MATERIAL: Heat, scratch, stain, chip and impact-resistant while also 100% hygienic and food-friendly
  • OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES: Grid (item #221012) and cutting board for drop-in only (item #440226)

Customer Reviews

6 stars if possibleCan I give this 6 stars? What an amazing sink! This is our second Blanco sink, same color, our previous one had a slightly different configuration and came with a cutting board and such that fit over the sink edges, we still have it. That may be the only thing missing from this one. I haven't checked if there is something like that available for this one. I'm not buying one; I'll reshape the one I have to make it fit on the new one. Anyway, this sink is if possible even better than the old one. We had that one for probably about 6 years and it never had any mar/scratch/dent/change in the look or finish. I m not exaggerating at all. When we moved out we knew we'd miss the sink.Pictures attached are of the old sink and new sink, sink without the faucet, and with. Note that the silicon has been cleaned up from time of the pictures taken.The big 9-1/2" deep bowl is amazing it is so much more space than the double sink. Not having the double sink ridge and angles in the middle gives you a great deal more working/usable area. We bought this sink for Christmas this year for our home and while I was ordered to do so by Mrs. Northcote, it was a great idea and upgrade. Especially for me as I do all the dishes, I've attached pictures of our old sink, a 6.5 inch deep double sink. Having had the Blanco before, I was not a fan of the old sink and faucet. We have 3 Labradors and the water jug (5 gallon type) is one I have to fill 2-3 times a week and it's annoying to fill in that old sink. At an angle, with without being able to leave the sink. This made it all better.Put the 5 gallon water jug in the bottom, put the faucet in the top by maybe two inches, walk away, come back in 5 minutes and no water spilling all over. I could fill a 40 quart turkey fryer pot in this without any problem at all. And washing our new baby in her own little tub (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00AN8S07Y?redirect=true&ref_=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_112) in the sink fits just fine, little tight but lots easier than washing her in the bath tub and water/control is much easier as well.I have not bought the grate for the bottom of the sink nor do I intend too, it looks neat and all but I haven t seen any need to do so. I could see using the grate if you get some really really hot pans, the sink says it voids the warranty at anything put in to it over 536 degrees Fahrenheit. If something is that hot, I shouldn t be anywhere near the sink anyway, I don t get my pans those kind of heat numbers that I can ever remember.Mounting the sink was more interesting as the mounts are set for a much thinner counter top than I have. I didn t route out the wood. I didn t have any need, with the weight of the sink and the garbage disposal underneath, (and a much simpler and cleaner space under the sink) and the plumbing it has plenty of weight and hasn t moved at all. The sink fit perfectly into the old slot, put the silicon down on the wood and then on/around it in order to seal it in and good to go. The sink DID come with the mounting brackets.Not a single issue or problem the Faucet installation as well. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B014KE5WTA?redirect=true&ref_=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_143 Is the faucet that we picked up from Amazon as well for this installation. The faucet holds itself when pointed in whatever direction by the bar that comes out it doesn t Return to center for example. It stays where you put it. When detached from the bar it will follow the nozzle if you move to far from the bar but it s just a matter of the pipes inside and not a problem to me at all. Attachment of the faucet to the sink was easy peasy stuff. Took maybe 5-10 minutes, then tighten the bolts on the bottom to hold steady. I had been concerned it would be too high. Nope, pretty much the perfect height. It does NOT bend way down into the sink but it goes plenty far enough. It might bend a bit farther than I think but I m not going to break it by testing that way. The spray is good from it, and it turns off the spray function when turned off. Also the faucet end does come off easily and you could clean out sediment and such very quickly.If you ve read this far, you can tell we re very happy with both products!Update, 9/26/2016. Still extremely happy with this sink. Still baths for the baby in the sink as well. No issues and no discoloration or problems at all. Still great!5Good find Fine looks great good price 5You don't need a divided sink!When my kitchen remodel was done I was promised a free steel sink with the deal. I told the sales person that I didn't want a cheap, thin-walled, apartment style sink in my new kitchen. Well guess what? That is exactly what I got. I had them rip out that steel sink and since they had to re-cut the opening in the countertop I was forced to buy a large sink. I found this one, ordered it, and had the installers put it in. I can't begin to tell you how much I love it. For some silly reason I thought I should have a divided sink and now that I have this giant rectangle of a sink I find that it is so much more convenient. Don't even consider a divided sink in your house, just get one of these.By the way, a small tip, the installers under-mounted this sink but left a 1/2 inch edge, of the top of the sink exposed. At first I was upset that the countertop didn't completely cover the whole sink but I found a cutting board that is exactly 17 1/2 inches long so now I have a cutting board that bridges the front-to-back of the sink and I can just sweep waste directly from the board into the disposer. Everything turned out better than I had expected.5a little small and deep Not the most practical sink, but it works well for a bar sink. very square and flat on the bottom 4Five Stars We love this prep sink for our new house! Excellent product quality and delivery! 5I'm in love, and I don't care who knows it!My kitchen came with a basic double-bowl stainless steel sink. I never found a good use for the two bowls, and often cursed as I attempted to wash baking pans, large Le Creuset pots, and occasionally one of my pet chickens in a too-small section of a large sink. I also hated the stainless - every little hard water spot showed up and made it look constantly dirty.So I definitely wanted a new sink, but had a few restrictions: I didn't want to replace the counter tops (well, I want to, but don't want to spend the money yet) and I wanted something that would fit in the existing cut-out. I wanted to do the install myself (so a heavy cast iron model was out.) I didn't want to spend more than $500 (that narrowed the field considerably.) And I wanted it to be white, sturdy, and easy to keep clean (which ruled out acrylic surfaces). I have pets and kids, cook a lot, bake, garden, and my sink needs to be able to handle a lot of stuff without me fussing over it.This Blanco sink fit the bill perfectly. I was nervous about doing the installation myself; I had hooked up a faucet before, but never a disposal and drain pipes. And because I am ridiculously optimistic, I decided to do it while my husband was out of the country on business for two weeks. It wasn't nearly as straightforward as I had hoped, but after a couple of days of yelling expletives in between trips to Home Depot, I DID IT.A few months later, I couldn't be more happy with this sink. The depth is perfect, the size is amazing, and it's crazy easy to clean. It does stain with coffee, rust, marks from pots bumping it, etc, but everything comes up easily with a sponge or worst case with Barkeeper's Friend or Bon Ami.Bottom line: get this sink! I am a Blanco fan for life.5The new sink arrived promptly and was packages in a sturdy box surrounded by dense foam/packaging materialI replaced our dual cast iron/porcelain sink with this model after upgrading our appliances in the kitchen from white to black stainless. Wow, what a difference a new sink makes .I should have replaced it a long time ago!The new sink arrived promptly and was packages in a sturdy box surrounded by dense foam/packaging material. I closely inspected the sink for damage but couldn't find any.To my surprise, the new sink was about 1/2 the weight of our old cast iron sink. Installation went smoothly with the old hardware except for the counter top hole size. The mounting brackets on the new sink stuck out just enough to prevent it from slipping into the existing hole. As such, I had to enlarge the counter top hole by 1/4" on both sizes.Instead of using a punch to remove the plugs, I bought and used an inexpensive 35mm diamond hole saw from Amazon. The process took about 10 seconds per hole and eliminated any possibility of chipping or cracking. I noticed that the "punch here" stickers weren't line up perfectly with the holes. Take that into consideration and double check the alignment before punching them out. I highly recommend the hole saw method as it leaves a perfect finish each and every time.Despite what the instructions said, I ended up using plumbers putty for the sink's drain. I wasn't concerned with discoloration because the sink is black and the area is hidden. I used 100% pure silicon around the edge of the sink to adhere it to the counter tops. I didn't bother installing the included clips because the silicon and weight of the disposal/sink will keep it from moving.Compared to the old double sink, the new sink is HUGE! Dividers in 50/50 and 60/40 sinks take up ~1/4 of the sinks total capacity. Without the divider, one can soak a huge turkey roaster and still have enough room to rinse dishes before putting them into the dishwasher.The finish of the Blanco sink is matte black with a light texture and some small specks of silver mixed in. I can't attest to it's durability as I've only had the sink for a couple of weeks.4sturdy and works well in my prep sturdy and works well in my prep island 4This is the best sink I have every used/installedThis is the best sink I have every used/installed. Having had them all, porcelain, stainless steel, farmers, double, single and so on, this sink is incredible! First, the material is wonderful. Strong, easy to clean, and looks great! Sound attenuation is good. The offset drain is brilliant! Works well for dishes and pots and pans, with the added bonus of creating additional storage space in the cabinet below. I would recommend adding the Blanco 221-010 Sink Grid, it adds to the functionality and looks good too!I would not buy or recommend the Blanco BL441095 drain. While it would have looked good, it did not work to reinstall the Insinkerator disposal. Had to reuse the old one. The retainer ring simply would not hold to the Bianco drain. While I would recommend buying the Bianco 440851 under-sink mounting clips incase your situation needs them, the sink came with clips included in the box (though they are different). In the end, my countertop installers created a plywood cradle to support the sink, so didn't need those either.Be aware that this is a relatively DEEP sink. By the time the disposal is installed, with the required trap, the drain outlet in the wall needs to be fairly low (this is of course true of all deep sinks). If yours is not, you may need to revise the plumbing.Finally, best of all is now much my wife loves this sink. Of all the work that went into the kitchen remodel, she comments most frequently about how much she enjoys using it. Happy wife, happy........happy!5Very nice materialVery pleased with the material of this composite sink. I've had Swanstone in the past and find this material is easier to clean and looks better than other products out there. Be aware that this is a very large sink and actually a bit too large for use as a kitchen sink. It really is more of a laundry sink. I had order and installed as a corner mounted kitchen sink. Now that I've lived with it for awhile, I realize the size is just too much. If you are going to mount it in a corner, the size requires that it be set back more than usual which makes for an awkward reach. The drawbacks I mention have nothing to do with the product.FYI, for those that are unfamiliar with this composite material and have read reviews about how difficult it is to clean and how bad it can start to look. The remedy is to clean and care for the material in a very specific way. I didn't find this in the manufacturer material; found it on a household blog website. My first sink made of Swanstone was almost ripped out and replaced because it looked terrible. First, do not use any powdered cleaner like Barkeepers Friend. Clean the sink with a product like Magic Eraser with some dish detergent. Not too much, just enough to clean the surface. After you have cleaned the sink, dry it out. Then apply an oil like mineral oil. Just use a single paper towel folded over and dampen with oil. Then just rub on to the surface. The sink will look better than when it came out of the box. Also, the mineral oil actually keeps the sink clean and you'll find that you'll be cleaning it less. Some people recommend using baby oil. Do not use olive oil or vegetable oil. You want to use an oil that is safe but does not go rancid. Some blogs recommend using WD-40. But there are comments about the safety of its' use. I decided to give it a try when my granite installer used a caulk that seemed to stain the sink. Since I didn't want to use a powder, I tried the WD-40. It worked great. Now WD-40 does have a smell but it goes away in less than a half hour. For those with any safety concerns, I highly recommend mineral or baby oil.4update --> still love itupdate -- I've had this for almost 3 years and it still works perfectly and looks fantastic. An updated picture is included (the one without the tomato is current). I once left a cast iron pan in the bottom and it left an iron stain, but with regular use and cleaning the stain just went away. So I'm still loving this sink.original -- I never thought a sink would help to contribute to my happiness, but here I am, giving 5 stars to a sink. The size, color, and sturdiness are all awesome. I love being able to procrastinate on doing the dishes by piling them up on the left and still having plenty of room around the drain on the right! I also got the matching sink drain insert and it looks great. It's gotten major use since being installed 6 months ago and there have been no issues.5Amazon's excellent service Excellent, with a disposal attached. 5I can get a single bowl version of the Kohler double I have now but that is like $1, 000Unfortunately I received this sink as several others did: It was scuffed on top and badly enough that I had to return it. and THIS is the primary reason I use Amazon. It is a piece of cake to return. I printed the label and UPS is supposed to come by and pick it up tomorrow. I am debating whether to still replace the sink that I have. I really want a single bowl, but they all seem to have a fairly regular record of coming cracked and scratched (which makes me wonder how they will hold up). I can get a single bowl version of the Kohler double I have now but that is like $1,000!!! Not sure I am going to finish this part of the project. Wish there was more selection.1Unusual surface sink We put this in our newly remodeled kitchen. I like it for the size and shape, but it really is harder to keep fresh-looking than the shinier standard sink. It has a suede-like finish. Would I get it again? Probably I would go back to the "other" finish. 4Don t forget the accessories!!This is the best sink ever!!! It fit in my space perfectly! It is so easy to clean!! You can use it for hand washing your clothes! Giving baths for babies and dogs! No problem with anything getting in your way. I bought it for our family Christmas present last year and it still looks perfect! I clean it with baking soda and peroxide, because they tell you not to use bleach! I actually enjoy doing dishes! You have so much room and I don t get all wet from splashing water! My daughter and I put it in and made a hole for the ro system. We had to punch it out gently but the spaces are already set up for extra holes! The faucet hole was already there!!! I am a 53 year old woman and my daughter is 20. Never dreamed we could do this on our own! Don t Forget to get your drain cover. We did it in about 5 hours, plumbing and all! Thank you for having this available!!!5Damaged, time after time after timeFirst sink arrived damaged with a crack. I returned it for a replacement. The replacement also arrived with a crack. Such a waste. They need to improve their shipping container. I couldn't order another replacement for a third time, so I placed a new order for the same item. Guess what? It arrived with a crack and a large broken piece. Caution when ordering this if you need it in a certain time. We are having to delay out counter installation. Very disappointed.Update: Forth sink arrived broken as well. DO NOT ORDER THIS ITEM FROM AMAZON unless you like taking large, heavy boxes to a UPS drop off to return. Would give zero stars if I could. AVOID AT ALL COSTS.1
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Description
  • SINK DIMENSIONS: 15" L X 15" W X 8" D and designed to fit a minimum 15" cabinet base
  • COMPACT SOLUTION: Ideal for complementary second sink, butler's pantry or bar sink
  • EASY INSTALLATION: Can be installed as either a drop-in or undermount for added convenience
  • ULTRA-DURABLE PATENTED MATERIAL: Heat, scratch, stain, chip and impact-resistant while also 100% hygienic and food-friendly
  • OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES: Grid (item #221012) and cutting board for drop-in only (item #440226)
Reviews

Customer Reviews

6 stars if possibleCan I give this 6 stars? What an amazing sink! This is our second Blanco sink, same color, our previous one had a slightly different configuration and came with a cutting board and such that fit over the sink edges, we still have it. That may be the only thing missing from this one. I haven't checked if there is something like that available for this one. I'm not buying one; I'll reshape the one I have to make it fit on the new one. Anyway, this sink is if possible even better than the old one. We had that one for probably about 6 years and it never had any mar/scratch/dent/change in the look or finish. I m not exaggerating at all. When we moved out we knew we'd miss the sink.Pictures attached are of the old sink and new sink, sink without the faucet, and with. Note that the silicon has been cleaned up from time of the pictures taken.The big 9-1/2" deep bowl is amazing it is so much more space than the double sink. Not having the double sink ridge and angles in the middle gives you a great deal more working/usable area. We bought this sink for Christmas this year for our home and while I was ordered to do so by Mrs. Northcote, it was a great idea and upgrade. Especially for me as I do all the dishes, I've attached pictures of our old sink, a 6.5 inch deep double sink. Having had the Blanco before, I was not a fan of the old sink and faucet. We have 3 Labradors and the water jug (5 gallon type) is one I have to fill 2-3 times a week and it's annoying to fill in that old sink. At an angle, with without being able to leave the sink. This made it all better.Put the 5 gallon water jug in the bottom, put the faucet in the top by maybe two inches, walk away, come back in 5 minutes and no water spilling all over. I could fill a 40 quart turkey fryer pot in this without any problem at all. And washing our new baby in her own little tub (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00AN8S07Y?redirect=true&ref_=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_112) in the sink fits just fine, little tight but lots easier than washing her in the bath tub and water/control is much easier as well.I have not bought the grate for the bottom of the sink nor do I intend too, it looks neat and all but I haven t seen any need to do so. I could see using the grate if you get some really really hot pans, the sink says it voids the warranty at anything put in to it over 536 degrees Fahrenheit. If something is that hot, I shouldn t be anywhere near the sink anyway, I don t get my pans those kind of heat numbers that I can ever remember.Mounting the sink was more interesting as the mounts are set for a much thinner counter top than I have. I didn t route out the wood. I didn t have any need, with the weight of the sink and the garbage disposal underneath, (and a much simpler and cleaner space under the sink) and the plumbing it has plenty of weight and hasn t moved at all. The sink fit perfectly into the old slot, put the silicon down on the wood and then on/around it in order to seal it in and good to go. The sink DID come with the mounting brackets.Not a single issue or problem the Faucet installation as well. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B014KE5WTA?redirect=true&ref_=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_143 Is the faucet that we picked up from Amazon as well for this installation. The faucet holds itself when pointed in whatever direction by the bar that comes out it doesn t Return to center for example. It stays where you put it. When detached from the bar it will follow the nozzle if you move to far from the bar but it s just a matter of the pipes inside and not a problem to me at all. Attachment of the faucet to the sink was easy peasy stuff. Took maybe 5-10 minutes, then tighten the bolts on the bottom to hold steady. I had been concerned it would be too high. Nope, pretty much the perfect height. It does NOT bend way down into the sink but it goes plenty far enough. It might bend a bit farther than I think but I m not going to break it by testing that way. The spray is good from it, and it turns off the spray function when turned off. Also the faucet end does come off easily and you could clean out sediment and such very quickly.If you ve read this far, you can tell we re very happy with both products!Update, 9/26/2016. Still extremely happy with this sink. Still baths for the baby in the sink as well. No issues and no discoloration or problems at all. Still great!5Good find Fine looks great good price 5You don't need a divided sink!When my kitchen remodel was done I was promised a free steel sink with the deal. I told the sales person that I didn't want a cheap, thin-walled, apartment style sink in my new kitchen. Well guess what? That is exactly what I got. I had them rip out that steel sink and since they had to re-cut the opening in the countertop I was forced to buy a large sink. I found this one, ordered it, and had the installers put it in. I can't begin to tell you how much I love it. For some silly reason I thought I should have a divided sink and now that I have this giant rectangle of a sink I find that it is so much more convenient. Don't even consider a divided sink in your house, just get one of these.By the way, a small tip, the installers under-mounted this sink but left a 1/2 inch edge, of the top of the sink exposed. At first I was upset that the countertop didn't completely cover the whole sink but I found a cutting board that is exactly 17 1/2 inches long so now I have a cutting board that bridges the front-to-back of the sink and I can just sweep waste directly from the board into the disposer. Everything turned out better than I had expected.5a little small and deep Not the most practical sink, but it works well for a bar sink. very square and flat on the bottom 4Five Stars We love this prep sink for our new house! Excellent product quality and delivery! 5I'm in love, and I don't care who knows it!My kitchen came with a basic double-bowl stainless steel sink. I never found a good use for the two bowls, and often cursed as I attempted to wash baking pans, large Le Creuset pots, and occasionally one of my pet chickens in a too-small section of a large sink. I also hated the stainless - every little hard water spot showed up and made it look constantly dirty.So I definitely wanted a new sink, but had a few restrictions: I didn't want to replace the counter tops (well, I want to, but don't want to spend the money yet) and I wanted something that would fit in the existing cut-out. I wanted to do the install myself (so a heavy cast iron model was out.) I didn't want to spend more than $500 (that narrowed the field considerably.) And I wanted it to be white, sturdy, and easy to keep clean (which ruled out acrylic surfaces). I have pets and kids, cook a lot, bake, garden, and my sink needs to be able to handle a lot of stuff without me fussing over it.This Blanco sink fit the bill perfectly. I was nervous about doing the installation myself; I had hooked up a faucet before, but never a disposal and drain pipes. And because I am ridiculously optimistic, I decided to do it while my husband was out of the country on business for two weeks. It wasn't nearly as straightforward as I had hoped, but after a couple of days of yelling expletives in between trips to Home Depot, I DID IT.A few months later, I couldn't be more happy with this sink. The depth is perfect, the size is amazing, and it's crazy easy to clean. It does stain with coffee, rust, marks from pots bumping it, etc, but everything comes up easily with a sponge or worst case with Barkeeper's Friend or Bon Ami.Bottom line: get this sink! I am a Blanco fan for life.5The new sink arrived promptly and was packages in a sturdy box surrounded by dense foam/packaging materialI replaced our dual cast iron/porcelain sink with this model after upgrading our appliances in the kitchen from white to black stainless. Wow, what a difference a new sink makes .I should have replaced it a long time ago!The new sink arrived promptly and was packages in a sturdy box surrounded by dense foam/packaging material. I closely inspected the sink for damage but couldn't find any.To my surprise, the new sink was about 1/2 the weight of our old cast iron sink. Installation went smoothly with the old hardware except for the counter top hole size. The mounting brackets on the new sink stuck out just enough to prevent it from slipping into the existing hole. As such, I had to enlarge the counter top hole by 1/4" on both sizes.Instead of using a punch to remove the plugs, I bought and used an inexpensive 35mm diamond hole saw from Amazon. The process took about 10 seconds per hole and eliminated any possibility of chipping or cracking. I noticed that the "punch here" stickers weren't line up perfectly with the holes. Take that into consideration and double check the alignment before punching them out. I highly recommend the hole saw method as it leaves a perfect finish each and every time.Despite what the instructions said, I ended up using plumbers putty for the sink's drain. I wasn't concerned with discoloration because the sink is black and the area is hidden. I used 100% pure silicon around the edge of the sink to adhere it to the counter tops. I didn't bother installing the included clips because the silicon and weight of the disposal/sink will keep it from moving.Compared to the old double sink, the new sink is HUGE! Dividers in 50/50 and 60/40 sinks take up ~1/4 of the sinks total capacity. Without the divider, one can soak a huge turkey roaster and still have enough room to rinse dishes before putting them into the dishwasher.The finish of the Blanco sink is matte black with a light texture and some small specks of silver mixed in. I can't attest to it's durability as I've only had the sink for a couple of weeks.4sturdy and works well in my prep sturdy and works well in my prep island 4This is the best sink I have every used/installedThis is the best sink I have every used/installed. Having had them all, porcelain, stainless steel, farmers, double, single and so on, this sink is incredible! First, the material is wonderful. Strong, easy to clean, and looks great! Sound attenuation is good. The offset drain is brilliant! Works well for dishes and pots and pans, with the added bonus of creating additional storage space in the cabinet below. I would recommend adding the Blanco 221-010 Sink Grid, it adds to the functionality and looks good too!I would not buy or recommend the Blanco BL441095 drain. While it would have looked good, it did not work to reinstall the Insinkerator disposal. Had to reuse the old one. The retainer ring simply would not hold to the Bianco drain. While I would recommend buying the Bianco 440851 under-sink mounting clips incase your situation needs them, the sink came with clips included in the box (though they are different). In the end, my countertop installers created a plywood cradle to support the sink, so didn't need those either.Be aware that this is a relatively DEEP sink. By the time the disposal is installed, with the required trap, the drain outlet in the wall needs to be fairly low (this is of course true of all deep sinks). If yours is not, you may need to revise the plumbing.Finally, best of all is now much my wife loves this sink. Of all the work that went into the kitchen remodel, she comments most frequently about how much she enjoys using it. Happy wife, happy........happy!5Very nice materialVery pleased with the material of this composite sink. I've had Swanstone in the past and find this material is easier to clean and looks better than other products out there. Be aware that this is a very large sink and actually a bit too large for use as a kitchen sink. It really is more of a laundry sink. I had order and installed as a corner mounted kitchen sink. Now that I've lived with it for awhile, I realize the size is just too much. If you are going to mount it in a corner, the size requires that it be set back more than usual which makes for an awkward reach. The drawbacks I mention have nothing to do with the product.FYI, for those that are unfamiliar with this composite material and have read reviews about how difficult it is to clean and how bad it can start to look. The remedy is to clean and care for the material in a very specific way. I didn't find this in the manufacturer material; found it on a household blog website. My first sink made of Swanstone was almost ripped out and replaced because it looked terrible. First, do not use any powdered cleaner like Barkeepers Friend. Clean the sink with a product like Magic Eraser with some dish detergent. Not too much, just enough to clean the surface. After you have cleaned the sink, dry it out. Then apply an oil like mineral oil. Just use a single paper towel folded over and dampen with oil. Then just rub on to the surface. The sink will look better than when it came out of the box. Also, the mineral oil actually keeps the sink clean and you'll find that you'll be cleaning it less. Some people recommend using baby oil. Do not use olive oil or vegetable oil. You want to use an oil that is safe but does not go rancid. Some blogs recommend using WD-40. But there are comments about the safety of its' use. I decided to give it a try when my granite installer used a caulk that seemed to stain the sink. Since I didn't want to use a powder, I tried the WD-40. It worked great. Now WD-40 does have a smell but it goes away in less than a half hour. For those with any safety concerns, I highly recommend mineral or baby oil.4update --> still love itupdate -- I've had this for almost 3 years and it still works perfectly and looks fantastic. An updated picture is included (the one without the tomato is current). I once left a cast iron pan in the bottom and it left an iron stain, but with regular use and cleaning the stain just went away. So I'm still loving this sink.original -- I never thought a sink would help to contribute to my happiness, but here I am, giving 5 stars to a sink. The size, color, and sturdiness are all awesome. I love being able to procrastinate on doing the dishes by piling them up on the left and still having plenty of room around the drain on the right! I also got the matching sink drain insert and it looks great. It's gotten major use since being installed 6 months ago and there have been no issues.5Amazon's excellent service Excellent, with a disposal attached. 5I can get a single bowl version of the Kohler double I have now but that is like $1, 000Unfortunately I received this sink as several others did: It was scuffed on top and badly enough that I had to return it. and THIS is the primary reason I use Amazon. It is a piece of cake to return. I printed the label and UPS is supposed to come by and pick it up tomorrow. I am debating whether to still replace the sink that I have. I really want a single bowl, but they all seem to have a fairly regular record of coming cracked and scratched (which makes me wonder how they will hold up). I can get a single bowl version of the Kohler double I have now but that is like $1,000!!! Not sure I am going to finish this part of the project. Wish there was more selection.1Unusual surface sink We put this in our newly remodeled kitchen. I like it for the size and shape, but it really is harder to keep fresh-looking than the shinier standard sink. It has a suede-like finish. Would I get it again? Probably I would go back to the "other" finish. 4Don t forget the accessories!!This is the best sink ever!!! It fit in my space perfectly! It is so easy to clean!! You can use it for hand washing your clothes! Giving baths for babies and dogs! No problem with anything getting in your way. I bought it for our family Christmas present last year and it still looks perfect! I clean it with baking soda and peroxide, because they tell you not to use bleach! I actually enjoy doing dishes! You have so much room and I don t get all wet from splashing water! My daughter and I put it in and made a hole for the ro system. We had to punch it out gently but the spaces are already set up for extra holes! The faucet hole was already there!!! I am a 53 year old woman and my daughter is 20. Never dreamed we could do this on our own! Don t Forget to get your drain cover. We did it in about 5 hours, plumbing and all! Thank you for having this available!!!5Damaged, time after time after timeFirst sink arrived damaged with a crack. I returned it for a replacement. The replacement also arrived with a crack. Such a waste. They need to improve their shipping container. I couldn't order another replacement for a third time, so I placed a new order for the same item. Guess what? It arrived with a crack and a large broken piece. Caution when ordering this if you need it in a certain time. We are having to delay out counter installation. Very disappointed.Update: Forth sink arrived broken as well. DO NOT ORDER THIS ITEM FROM AMAZON unless you like taking large, heavy boxes to a UPS drop off to return. Would give zero stars if I could. AVOID AT ALL COSTS.1
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