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    Default Silgranit sink for kitchen

    In the process of renovating our kitchen and was wondering
    if anyone here has bought a Silgranit sink (undermount). We were deciding between a stainless steel sink and then came across this Silgranit made by Blanco.

    Its supposed to be non-porous because there is a mixture between granite and some sort of silicone or acrylic mixture.

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    I think this is what we have. It's a granite undermount kitchen sink. It's black so it's hell to keep clean with hard water and draining things like pasta in there. I really like the look of it though.

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    We have the Blanco diamond 1-3/4 undermount sink in black. It nice when undermonted because it's like 10" deep. The black does show some water marks and calcium deposits but I prefer that over the scratched ss look. We throw our pots and pans around in the sink and it has never scratched or left a mark. Highly recommended!

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    Be careful with glass cups. We have broken so many. I think a steel sink might have more give or be more forgiving.

    After washing the dishes, I wash the sink. I have never had any problems with keeping it clean. No water spots or anything. Yes, the color is black.

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    Yellow, try these links for sinks!

    http://www.amatibath.com/kitchen_sink.html

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    I got the black one and have no complaints at all. They are really deep and depending on the granite they look a lot better than the stainless. The only thing you'll have to do is re do the plumbing underneath because of the depth of the sink.
    Originally posted by 89coupe


    LOL, $95 for two sounds pretty damn cheap to me. Is this not including any drinks or something?

    Are you guys all students on a budget or something?

    My lunch tab is that much for two people.

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