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Grohe K700 1.0 Bowl Undermount Stainless Steel...

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FAQs

As one of the most commonly used fixtures in a kitchen, the type of kitchen sink you have should cater to the needs of all those who use it. With so many qualities to consider such as size, single or double bowl, inset or undermount, often the choice that people struggle with the most is what material is best for a kitchen sink.

Stainless steel sinks are incredibly durable whilst also being amongst the most versatile in kitchen sinks. The stainless steel sinks we supply come from quality brands to ensure longevity and practicality are at the focus of each design.

Do stainless steel sinks scratch easily?

Stainless steel is an immensely hard wearing material which makes a stainless steel sink resistant to denting, chipping and cracking.

Whilst this makes stainless steel sinks tough, their surface can be prone to scratching if proper care is not taken. However, common marks from daily usage are often superficial and can be buffed away with the correct cleaning supplies.

We advise that you avoid using abrasive materials when using and cleaning your sink. So cleaning supplies like a steel wool scourer are not recommended if you want to maintain the sinks quality silver finish.

Is it worth getting a stainless steel sink?

Stainless steel sinks have lots of benefits and are great for households with a busy kitchen, as are granite sinks. As one of the most popular styles of kitchen sink, stainless steel sinks come in an array of designs, making them one of the most dynamic kitchen sinks to choose from.

Available in single bowl, 1.5 bowl and double bowl as well as the option of a built in draining board, stainless steel sinks have the capacity to meet the practical and aesthetic needs of any kitchen.

Because of their durability, this also makes them low maintenance, requiring not much more than a wipe down with soapy water and on occasion a clean with steel cleaner to remove those superficial scratches.

Stainless steel sinks are also heat and stain resistant and with the proper care they can last between 15 to 20 years. This makes them a convenient and cost effective choice for a kitchen sink.
 
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