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 How deep should a kitchen sink be?

Answer On One Hand: Deeper Sinks for Bigger PotsAccording to Bob Vila, the kitchen sink should be deep enough to hold the largest pot that will be cleaned in it. This will enable all other dishes to fit, ... Read More »
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Should I Buy a Stainless Steel or Fireclay Kitchen Sink?

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How many hours should it take to replace a kitchen sink?

While the amount of experience does come into play, it is estimated that replacement of a kitchen sink should take approximately 1 to 2 hours. Gathering the necessary tools and parts and staging t... Read More »
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Do I need a shallow kitchen sink to install an under sink dishwasher?

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I need to burn some documents in the kitchen sink-will the fire damage the sink?

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