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Blue Sky Sinks and Faucets

Kitchen and Bathroom Sinks OKC | Dallas

Selecting the ideal sinks and faucets for your home is a decision that shouldn’t be taken lightly, considering they’re among the most frequently used features. When you shop with us, replacing or upgrading these essential fixtures becomes quick and straightforward. Our extensive selection includes a wide array of finishes and styles, ensuring you find the perfect combination for your project effortlessly.

We provide comprehensive services from concept to completion, including design, fabrication, delivery, and installation. Take advantage of our delivery and installation services to streamline the process and bring your vision to life seamlessly.

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Frequently Asked Sinks & Faucets Questions

Within this extensive FAQ section, we’ll explore the realm of sinks and faucets, covering a range of topics from their advantages to proper care and maintenance.

The main difference between a single bowl sink and a 50/50 sink lies in their configuration and functionality:

Single Bowl Sink: As the name suggests, a single bowl sink consists of only one basin, offering a spacious area for various tasks such as washing large pots and pans or soaking dishes. Single bowl sinks are typically favored for their simplicity and larger capacity.

50/50 Sink: A 50/50 sink, also known as a double bowl sink, is divided into two equal-sized compartments, each resembling half of the sink. This configuration allows for multitasking, as you can use one side for washing dishes and the other for rinsing or drying. It provides versatility in organizing tasks and separating clean and dirty dishes.

Ultimately, the choice between a single bowl sink and a 50/50 sink depends on personal preference, kitchen layout, and specific needs. Single bowl sinks offer ample space for larger items and straightforward functionality, while 50/50 sinks provide versatility and organization for multitasking in the kitchen.

When planning to replace or install a new sink, it is important to know what sink fits your cabinet size. As you measure, it is important to keep in mind the following:

Length (L) – Measured from the left to right of the sink
Width (W) – Measured from the front to back of the sink (note: cabinet widths are measured left to right)
Depth (D) – Measured top to bottom of the sink

To clean a stainless steel sink, simply use baking soda paste to scrub gently, rinse thoroughly, and dry with a cloth. Optionally, polish with oil for extra shine. Avoid abrasive materials to prevent scratches.

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