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Newport Drop-In Acrylic 33 in. 4-Hole Double Bowl Kitchen Sink in Bone

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Designed for undercounter or drop-in mounting, the Thermocast Newport Undercounter Acrylic 31 in. x 20 in. Double Bowl Kitchen Sink in Bone features a high-gloss, easy-to-clean finish. The sink withstands temperatures up to 450°F and offers sound insulation to help reduce the noise of the garbage disposal. This versatile sink has a bone color to coordinate with many kitchen decors.

  • Drop-in/self-rimming sink design helps eliminate the rim between the sink and the countertop for easy cleanup
  • Sink can also be installed using undercounter mounting for versatility
  • Bowl dimensions: 14 in. W x 16-1/4 in. L x 9 in. D
  • Stain, rust and oxidation-resistant finish protects the sink from everyday wear and tear
  • Cast-acrylic material is scratch, chip and impact resistant for durability
  • Designed to withstand temperatures up to 450°F so you can place hot pots in the sink without damaging the basin
  • 4 pre-drilled holes for installation of a faucet, sprayer, soap dispenser or other accessories (not included)
  • For easy installation, use plumber's putty (sold separately) for the drain and silicone sealant (sold separately) for the perimeter
  • Requires plumber's putty for the drains and silicone sealant for the perimeter (not included)
  • High-gloss finish is easy to clean
  • Impact resistant
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Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Poorly made I bought this sink to substitute an acrylic one I had for almost twenty years. Getting it out of the box I cut my fingers on the unfinished fiberglass edges. As a last coat of resin was not even applied on the bottom part, the glass fibers fly all over the place and the reinforcement between the bowls on the bottom look as it was thrown there instead of been placed to serve a purpose. I have to say that it looks nice from the top but that's about it. This sink has to be glued to the counter top as it does not have or provide for any kind of installation hardware or devices like clips. What really shocks me is the advertising line that says: "Made in the U.S.A. with pride". May 1, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not a good investment! I bought a Thermocast sink about 5 years ago. I wanted a white sink, preferably porcelain, so I did a lot of research before buying. I was impressed by the builders "awards" this sink had received, and liked the fact that it wasn't as heavy as a real porcelain sink. The price tag was tempting as well. I've been regretting my decision ever since. You're not supposed to use any abrasive cleansers on it. But everything scratches it, and there's no way to get rid of the black marks that pot & pans leave. I was so disgusted one night, I took some fine sandpaper to it, figuring I had nothing to lose. It actually helped file down the grooves of the scratches (I think this is basically a plastic sink) and I sat bleach in it all night. Builders may like this - but they don't live in the houses they build! If you like a clean & sparkling sink, this isn't for you! January 31, 2009
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Acrylic sink is baaaaaaaaaad It does not deserve one star but zero stars was not an option. In the description it says scratch resistent. HA. I have had one in my house for two years and it looks like a wolverine attacked it. There is only my wife and I in the house so its not like kids have been abusing the sink. It is a bad product. Looks great new but acrylic is only good for a shower or tub. April 22, 2009
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Stll Like New I installed this sink over a year ago, it gets daily use and it is still like new. We have had no problems with staining or scratching like others have mentioned. We are careful to use only non abraisive cleaners and, like with all other sinks we have had, we use rubber dish mats and a saddle mat to protect the surface. April 7, 2010
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cast Acrylic double bowl sink II am extremely pleased with the quality and look forward to enjoying this for many years. I have learned recently that a way to keep the beautiful gloss that it has one can use WD40 for this purpose. Thanks for your service and free shipping. May 15, 2010
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love It Good quality; easy to install, and it looks great. December 4, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Stand Out Very Impressive looking, installation was simple for a novice December 13, 2011
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