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Tectonite sinks? #8946553 10/30/23 11:46 PM
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Anyone have first-hand experience with these? How do they clean and wear? How badly do they show hard water/gyp like we have here in the Big Country? I am sick of cheap stainless.

Re: Tectonite sinks? [Re: Nolanco] #8946764 10/31/23 12:01 PM
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They have their own set of issues. Hard water is one of their negatives.
IMO, a heavy gauge stainless sink is timeless and will last forever. Buy 18ga or thicker.

Re: Tectonite sinks? [Re: Nolanco] #8946904 10/31/23 03:13 PM
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Instead of buying cheap stainless from Lowes or HD, go to a good local plumbing supply or even BSR (bar/store/restaurant) and get a commercial grade one. It will last your life time


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Re: Tectonite sinks? [Re: Blank] #8947584 11/01/23 02:03 PM
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Originally Posted by Blank
Instead of buying cheap stainless from Lowes or HD, go to a good local plumbing supply or even BSR (bar/store/restaurant) and get a commercial grade one. It will last your lifetime

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Buy a highly polished stainless sink. The smoother the surface, the less crap sticks to it and the better it looks long term.

Re: Tectonite sinks? [Re: Nolanco] #8948579 11/02/23 11:08 PM
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Thanks fellas. I will be putting the house on the market in spring. I have liked porcelain-coated enamel sinks in the past.

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