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Sinks Stonebuilt granite kitchen sink in new colours
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Stonebuilt granite kitchen sinks – now in new colours

Stonebuilt granite kitchen sinks are not cutout from stone but are made from granite powder and small portion of resin to form a mould.  Basically it is made in the same way as kitchen tops and some modern composite baths, basins and butler sinks. The modern technology has allowed these granite kitchen sinks to be extremely durable and aesthetically pleasing. Some of the advantages of Stonebuilt granite sinks are: Granite sinks are extremely scratch resistant…

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Care and maintenance of Gourmet Butler Sinks

Damage prevention Allow cookware to cool down before placing it into your engineered stone butler sink. This actually applies to all engineered stone products like Caeserstone, Pro-Stone, Technistone and other composite products made from composite materials.  Your oven can reach up to 250°C, it will stain the resin in the product and depending on how long you left the pot on the sink, the deeper the discolouration will be.  This type of discolouration is not…

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NEW! – Complete new range of kitchen sinks

We are proud to announce a complete new range of coloured kitchen sinks. Blanco, one of the leading manufacturers of upmarket kitchen sinks (in stainless steel and Silgranit™) and matching kitchen sink mixers. So what is so great about these new range of sinks: Well, they are super easy to clean Extremely durable due to the materials used and have a patented hygiene formula that makes these sinks one of the most hygienic sinks on…

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The new stainless steel drop-in kitchen sink – 2012

Unfortunately this sink has been discontinued as of 2013, which is a real pitty, however, there are new sinks similar to this one from Franke and Teka. The Centinox sink encompasses all the elegance, style and precision engineering from a century of experience.  A range of practical and innovative accessories have been designed to cater for the user’s every need.  The sink that has elegance, style and precision engineering. – Centinox available in classic stainless…

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Glossary of terms fo kitchen sinks

Drop-on or Lay On: Drop-on or lay-on sinks come in various lengths but the width is usually 600 mm instead of 450 – 500 mm like drop-in sinks.  So the width of the drop-on is as wide as the working surface.  It basically replaces the granite or work top completely.  These types of sinks are being replaced by the drop-in and undermount sinks. Drop-in or Inset or self rimming: Kitchen sinks were traditionally of the…

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Not all stainless steel kitchen sinks are the same – know before buying

What’s in Teka Stainless Steel kitchen sinks? Kitchen sinks have been manufactured in a wide variety of materials, from wood up to the latest composites. Each has its benefits, and the right one for you will depend on your needs. All sinks, no matter which material you select, will eventually show signs of wear and tear, but they should also be able to withstand the rigors of everyday use for a very long time. The most…

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How to care of your Teka stainless steel kitchen sink

Although stainless steel kitchen sinks are durable, you do need to take special care if you want it to keep its finish for a long time. There are many everyday products that can harm your sink and ruin its shiny look. Read on to find out how to maintain your stainless steel kitchen sink.

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How to select a kitchen sink

Kitchen sink configuration Even though the bowl (number size, depth and shape) is the main feature of the kitchen sink, it is not the only thing to bear in mind. You have other options that can make your sink more user-friendly and provide you with a more functional working area. Drainers extend your working area and allow easy clean-up as well as food preparation. They will also keep the work surface clean and dry. Teka…

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