Do It Yourself: Replacing or Installing a Kitchen SinkChanging out your old kitchen sink for a new one can seem like a very difficult do-it-yourself job. However, it does not have to be! Follow Milan Rosan of Build.com as he shows you the step-by-step process of replacing and installing your kitchen sink in your home.
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Basket Strainer Recommended
Collar Adapter Recommended
- Compact bar/prep sink
- Extreme resistance to scratches, cuts, and stains
- Lightweight and easy to install
- Install as self-rimming or as an undermount
- 1 pre-drilled faucet hole, 2 underscored
- Heat resistant to 536° F
- Limited lifetime warranty
- Length: 20"
- Width: 17"
- Basin Length: 17-1/8"
- Basin Width: 11-5/8"
- Basin Depth: 7"
The Astracast® bar sink features clean, geometric lines. It can be used in kitchens where space is at a premium or as a second sink for preparation or entertaining.
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Jacuzzi AS-AQ10RQUSSK Product Specifications
|Basin Rack Included||No|
|Basket Strainer Included||No|
|Country Of Origin||Great Britain|
|Cutting Board Included||No|
|Installation Type||Drop In, Undermount|
|Number Of Basins||1|
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