Sometimes, choosing the right type of kitchen enamel sink can prove to be difficult; especially, if you don't know anything about it. That is why care should always be done in making choices about kitchen sinks. Usually, homeowners buy a sink because of its appearance and the materials used in making it. Although these are also important to consider, you have to keep in mind that great kitchen sinks should also be easy to clean and to maintain.
If you're looking for a more heavy duty kitchen enamel sink, Harborview offers a variety of sinks that will surely suit your need. Their self-rimming or wall-mount utility sink with single-hole faucet has a simple but sophisticated look that can be use as a kitchen or utility sink. It has front round edges and is made of durable KOHLER Cast Iron with an acid-resistant enamel coating. This model can be installed in different ways - countertop or wall-mount with fireclay legs- guaranteed to match your dream design. The overall dimension is 48 L x 28 W x 10 D and is priced at $2, 269.70 and up - comes with a Kohler Cast Iron Lifetime Limited Warranty.
Sinks. Do not leave acid foods sitting on the sink surface for a long time. Many porcelain on cast iron sinks made before 1964 were not acid-resistant. But many acid fruits such as lemons and other citrus fruits, cranberries, etc., vinegar, salad dressings and other acid foods could possibly etch even acid-resistant porcelain enamel if left in the sink a long time. Perforated or plastic mats protect sinks from damage.
Bathrooms sinks are subject to wear and tear because they are among the most used fixtures in homes. You can repair the sink's enamel inexpensively with very few materials. Pay a visit to your local repair or hardware store's adhesive section to purchase a epoxy. Repainting the sink's enamel can create a cleaner, newer looking appearance in your sink.