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Stone Freestanding Bathtub
Ori Fluted Above Counter Basin
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The square style sinks have been growing in popularity following the general trend for squarer, modern-looking bathroom, kitchen and laundry products. Not only do they give more capacity than a round sink making them more practical, but they look ultra-modern and beat older-style round sinks with their aesthetic. Often, square kitchen sinks come with a brushed stainless steel finish so they look better for longer, making them perfect for any newly built or renovated kitchen or laundry.
The square stainless steel kitchen sinks at Arova are all handmade from 304 grade 16g stainless steel and feature 1.5mm thickness. Square Undermount Sink in the kitchen with gooseneck tap These sinks are purposefully made to have rounded corners and have a natural decline towards the waste hole which makes them practical for draining, as well as giving them a beautiful aesthetic.
Another benefit of the square stainless steel kitchen sinks is that their thickness and heavy insulation on the underside of the bowls muffle the noise of water hitting the sink, which is an issue with thinner stainless steel sinks.
Our range includes small, single bowl kitchen sinks with drainboards which are designed for narrow benchtops and small spaces. These are perfect for sculleries, island benchtops, laundries, and as a space saver. They can also be top or under-mounted to suit either preference. Double drainer kitchen sinks are also available in various styles, varying from under-mounted double bowls, to one full bowl and a half bowl sinks with a drainer.
These sinks are sleek, stylish and will give any kitchen or laundry space a modern edge. More importantly, their features like rounded corners in the bowl, insulation, and accessories make these sinks practical for comfortable use every single day.
Timeless. Elegant. Like fine silver, its beautiful finish gains with age and use. But this does not mean we can neglect the care of this essential kitchen item. As a rule, stainless steel's best friend is cold, clean water or a mild detergent solution, applied with a soft sponge, rinsed well and wiped dry. Here are some of the products or elements that can damage your skin:
Chlorides are found in almost all soaps, detergents and cleaning products and can be damaging to stainless steel. They are water-soluble, however, so if you rinse away residues after each use, a weekly scouring is all that is needed to keep your sink looking bright and shiny.
Like most metallic surfaces, your stainless steel sink will scratch. Don't worry, these are simply usage marks which will eventually blend into the overall finish of the sink.
Your sink is designed to serve as many things but not as a chopping board. This type of use will cause deep scratches in its surface, and will also blunt your knives.
The quality of your water can affect the appearance of your sink. When water has a high iron content, a brown surface stain can form on the sink giving the appearance of rust. Also, in areas with a high concentration of minerals or over-softened water, a white film may develop on the sink. To combat these problems, we suggest you wipe the sink dry after each use and give it a more thorough clean each week using a recommended abrasive product.
Foods containing high levels of salt should not be allowed to dry on the sink surface. Rinse your sink thoroughly after use.