Water Creation

Model SSSG-AD-3322C

Internet #204264383

Farmhouse Apron Front Small Radius Stainless Steel 33 in. Double Bowl Kitchen Sink with Strainer and Grid in Satin

$487.99 /each

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Product Overview

Water Creation’s stainless steel sinks are the ultimate cook’s sink. Made of highly durable stainless steel, Water Creation’s stainless steel sinks won’t stain, tarnish, or rust over time. They are also heat resistant and will not discolor from hot pans. Cleanliness is also a major plus as all of Water Creation’s stainless steel sinks are nonporous, easy-to-clean, and resist bacteria. Water Creation has gone the extra mile to ensure satisfaction by adding heavy-duty sound deadening padding to the underside of all of their sinks. The result is a significant reduction in sound echoing that occurs with all non-padded stainless steel sinks. Add a touch of sophistication and modern flare to any kitchen with a Water Creation stainless steel sink.

  • Premier apron front double bowl stainless steel kitchen sink
  • Premium T-304 18-Gauge stainless steel
  • Scratch resistant commercial grade premium satin finish
  • Standard 3-1/2 in. drain opening that fits the most common garbage disposal system
  • Heavy duty sound deadening pads
  • Fully coated underneath for maximum protection and lifetime of service
  • Supplied with fasteners and cutout template
  • Small radius corner design
  • Strainer included
  • Bottom grid included

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Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by The Look is What I Wanted I went from wanting a single bowl sink then decided on the double because I was told if I have a disposal getting a double was the best thing to do. I don't mind the double but with this sink I have an issue I wasn't expecting. If you have your running faucet over the center piece of the sink, you will get yourself wet, the cabinets and the floor. The water runs down the middle of the sink when directly over the center divider. It will just take some getting used to so this doesn't happen. I wished I had stayed with the single bowl sink. July 26, 2016
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