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Silgranit sink with side drainer

Posted by lynne412 (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 7, 13 at 21:58

Does anyone have the silgranit undermount sink with the side drainer. I was wondering how the side drainer holds up regarding scratches etc.


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RE: Silgranit sink with side drainer

Super single? 50/50? Model number/name?


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RE: Silgranit sink with side drainer

My silgranite sink has no scratches or nicks after about 18 months of use. I would assume the drain board part would hold up as well as the sink bowls do. If the sink you are inquiring about is the sink pictured below are you aware that it requires a 54 inch cabinet.

This post was edited by badgergal on Mon, Apr 8, 13 at 0:05


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RE: Silgranit sink with side drainer

More info on the type of sink I have questions on.

440399 Blanco Precis Multi-level 1 - 3/4 Bowl with drainer.
Really concerned with the upkeep of the drainer on the right side.


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RE: Silgranit sink with side drainer

yes I do know it requires a 54 inch cabinet. It would work in our kitchen.


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RE: Silgranit sink with side drainer

It seems like a great idea to have a side drainer, yet I never see this sink on the Kitchens Forum. I wonder if it's due to the individual bowl dimensions. I didn't see the dimensions, but just be careful about the size of each bowl. I would be concerned that neither side is big enough to soak a pan or wash a pot easily. Check the the interior dimensions of each bowl--not just the exterior--before you make this purchase. Call Blanco if you cannot find the information online; they have great customer service.


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RE: Silgranit sink with side drainer

There are folks who have had the drainer cut into their stone and I think that looks nice and they seem to like it. Might be an option to allow for a bigger sink and still have the drainer.


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