Unique White Old Fashioned Sink for Stylish Kitchen
T he most popular type of sink material for its low cost and exceptional durability. When choosing a stainless steel sink, consider its thickness or gauge (typically 16-18 gauge). The smaller the gauge number, the thicker the material. Brushed stainless steel is best for avoiding scratches and concealing water marks. Although some people think they’re noisy, you can make it quieter simply by selecting a design that offers sound absorption. Though extremely heavy, these sinks are durable, won’t crack, and are easy to clean. They also give you the option of adding a splash of color to your décor.