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VIGO 36-Inch Oxford Single Bowl Slotted Apron Front Stainless Steel Farmhouse Kitchen Sink with Accessories is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 63.

Rated 4 out of 5by KNOCKDIfrom Love my new farmer sinkI love my stainless farmer double sinks, beautiful, deep pockets and cool included accessories. However, the only problem I have to tolerate are scratches and dinks. For example, My nephew dropped a ceramic bowl on the front-top edge it got dinked and scratches; whereas, the bowl is in tact. As for sink bottoms I have the racks to protect scratches but I don’t know how they in both sides got scratches, I use scratches-free sponges to clean tho. I recommended Vigo to make it more solid stainless steel so it wouldn’t get dinked so easily. I recommended the product if you could tolerate scratches and incidents such as. I’d give 5 stars if I didn’t have this issue.

Date published: 2020-11-27

Rated 5 out of 5by JoolsBfrom I love this sink!I replaced my sink with this VIGO and couldn’t be happier. Background - My house came with a single bowl farmhouse sink which I didn’t care for. But w/out replacing all the granite in a large kitchen I had to replace it with another farmhouse sink. It had all the features I was looking for - Large, deep double bowls, a cutting board that sat on a ridge on the top of the sink, a drying rack that also sat on the sink top, and a fairly wide ledge at the front of the sink. I scanned their various style sinks, and even if I didn’t have to stay with a farmhouse style, they have a great selection!

Date published: 2021-03-01

Rated 5 out of 5by Chippersfrom High QualityThis is a high quality sink. It doesn't have that cheap tinny sound like the contractor specials. The accessories are a nice touch. It is a deep sink. The bottom grates help, but keep it in mind when shopping for one. The directions are all but nonexistent and there is no template, so if you are installing or plumbing it yourself study the parts carefully. This sink has a double wall, so you can secure a dishwasher under stone counter tops if need be. This might, however, void the warranty. The way it's built, I'm not sure it needs a warranty.

Date published: 2020-04-21

Rated 5 out of 5by ValueMasterfrom WoW!!! vigo vg15055What a wonderful addition to my new kitchen! By far the sexiest sink and faucet ever! It is Supremely functional, single basin accomodates the largest roasting pans. The Faucet provides excellent pressure and control. From Large gatherings to small it is a hit. The collander accessory is invaluable for rinsing vegetables for prep and holding cutlery for cleaning and prerinse. I absolutely Love it! As a bonus...It is Large enough to bathe my 19 lb dog, without bending. I suspect I could bathe a 40 lb dog If I wanted to. Supremely Functional for every possible purpose!

Date published: 2012-02-29

Rated 4 out of 5by Jizzyfrom HugeThis sink is huge. Looks sharp. Love all the accessories it came with. .not a fan of the water spots. But I'll figure that out soon. Not going to clean it perfect every time after I do dishes - I do a lot of dishes! Over all, it's a bad a sink

Date published: 2021-02-17

Rated 4 out of 5by Bobbie49from Very prettyI bought this for my kitchen remodel. Pretty sink but has a place on front left side that looks like a dent in appearance but is not dented. Will try the scotch brite. Just hope this sink does not scratch easily.

Date published: 2021-08-29

Rated 5 out of 5by Kristafrom A stunning feature in our kitchenI decided to go with a stainless steel farmhouse style sink over a white traditional farmhouse in order to add a little bit of a modern edge to our otherwise traditional kitchen renovation. I also thought that the stainless steel would be more durable and hold up better over time. We are beyond pleased with this sink! It is so big and deep that we can hide all kinds of dishes in it. I often wash in the larger side and then leave the dishes to dry on the rack in the smaller section which has eliminated the need for an ugly dish drainer on my counter. Be sure that you have a cabinet large enough to accommodate this sink - it comes at a full 36" width - so we had to do some surgery to our cabinets in order to fit it properly. It is also very deep, so make sure your plumber knows what you are planning to install before he sets the height for your plumbing and drain.

Date published: 2015-03-06

Rated 3 out of 5by Folsom18from Vigo soap dispenserI bought this a few months ago with the Vigo kitchen faucet. The soap dispenser is a nice matte black finish but the neck is too short. You can barely fit your hand under to catch the pumped soap. The stem needs to be another 2 inches taller. Too bad there isn't another Vigo soap dispenser with longer stem I can replace with.

Date published: 2018-12-10

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BOCCHI Farmhouse Sinks bring back the ultimate material to your kitchen. Fireclay, a 100% natural organic and recyclable material used by craftsman for centuries to create timeless appliances has now returned to your kitchen. With the firing in our kilns up to 2000°F temperatures, Fireclay becomes the most durable material used in today's kitchens. Thus, dealing with extreme heat coming from pots and pans is definitely not a problem. Due to their special glaze coating fused with the fireclay body, our sinks have a non-porous, uniform, scratch and stain resistant surface. With its protective bottom grid and distinctive looks, BOCCHI Farmhouse Sinks are truly crafted to match your design and functional desires.


  • Exclusive high-pressure casted fine fireclay production for durability and timeless elegance
  • Distinctive apron front installation with reversible application - sink is finished on all four sides
  • Extreme resistance to chip, discoloration, scratching and cracking
  • Deals with extreme heat coming from pots and pans
  • Includes removable protective bottom grid & strainer
  • Can accommodate a garbage disposal, no special flange required
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
Outside Dimensions
    • Length: 36" (876 mm)
    • Width: 19" (483 mm)
    • Height: 10" (254 mm)
Inside Dimensions
    • Length: 34 1/2" (876 mm)
    • Width: 17 1/2" (444 mm)
    • Height: 8 7/8" (225 mm)


  • Installation Instructions
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  • Homeowners Guide
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Installation Videos

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What size sink fits in a 36 inch cabinet?

The interior width of the sink's cabinet determines the maximum dimensions for your sink. Most base cabinets are 36 to 42 inches high and 25-1/4 to 26 inches wide. A typical 33-by-22-inch sink will fill a 36-inch base cabinet.

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Herein, can you put a 30 inch sink in a 36 inch cabinet?

Base cabinet sizeTo determine the maximum sink size for your base cabinet, measure the interior of your cabinet and subtract two to three inches from each dimension. A 36″ base cabinet can handle a 33″ sink at most; a 30cabinet should be fitted with a sink no larger than 27″ wide.

Furthermore, what does minimum cabinet size mean for sinks? Most kitchen sinks can fit an average cabinet depth of 24 inches, but each kitchen sink has a minimum cabinet size requirement for proper fit. A sink's minimum cabinet size is a measurement indicating the least amount of under-cabinet and top counter space required for the sink to fit properly.

Herein, what size sink fits in a 24 inch cabinet?

Common 24-inch sink shapes are a square and D-bowl. Sinks 24 inches wide must sit in at least a 27-inch sink base cabinet. The most common sink size is approximately 30 inches.

What is a standard kitchen sink size?

Setting the StandardThe average kitchen sink measures 22-by-30 inches. While the front-to-back dimensions of the sink remain standard due to the size of most countertops and cabinets, the width of different types of sinks can vary dramatically.

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Farmhouse Sinks

Sexy, supersized appliances used to dominate the kitchenscape, but that was before a sink came along that refused to hunker down in a cabinet. Suddenly all eyes were on the cleanup zone, where a bossy, glossy-white heavyweight pushed aside the humble, hardworking stainless-steel basin.

America’s appetite for farmhouse, or apron-front, sinks can be traced to the late 1990s, when companies like Rohl realized they could romance a boxy U.K. import made from lustrous, rock-hard fireclay by evoking farmhouse style—or a glorified idea of it. “Your choices used to be overmount or undermount, which sound boring, while ‘farmhouse’ sounds like it has a story,” says David McNamara of Franke, a Swiss sink-maker attuned to North American tastes. Even as it has swelled in popularity, the curvaceous classic has been evolving too. “Today the farmhouse sink has been modernized,” adds McNamara, “with tighter lines and new materials, like stainless steel.”

As kitchens continue their move toward large, open gathering spaces, here’s a roomy focal point that also hides dirty dishes and practically says “jump right in.” Read on for what you need to know before taking the plunge.

Shown: This classic silhouette, in sparkling white fireclay, finds a flattering partner in a high-arc bridge faucet.

Shaws Original single-bowl farmhouse sink, from $1,845; Rohl

The Precursor

Courtesy of Kohler

Large workstation sinks moved into American kitchens during the so-called sanitation movement of the 1920s. These wall-hung behemoths, made of enameled cast iron, typically had integrated backsplashes and drainboards, short aprons, and legs in front for added support—no cabinet needed.


Photo by Doug Adams

WHAT DO THEY COST? Stainless-steel and ceramic versions start at less than $200; those made from pricier materials like fireclay and cast iron sell for $700 to $2,000—and on up.

DO I NEED A SPECIAL CABINET? Not necessarily, but most cabinets will need added support (see “Beefing Up the Box,” slide 10). At 20 to 42 inches side to side and 7 to 10 inches deep, these sinks can easily weigh 100 to 200 pounds.

DIY OR HIRE A PRO? Cutting out the cabinet front, reinforcing the box, wrestling the basin into place, and coordinating the sink, cabinet, countertop, and faucet installation are usually best handled by an experienced pro.

HARD TO KEEP CLEAN? Generally, a mild cleanser like Bon Ami takes care of marks and stains on fireclay and enameled cast iron. But materials vary widely; follow the product manufacturer’s guidelines so as not to void a warranty.

Classic White, Three Ways: Drop-In

Tailor your sink style and installation to your countertop—and personal preference. Pull it forward to shorten your reach and add extra toe space; pick a depth that feels comfortable too.

These sinks have a finished lip that bridges the countertop cutout—handy with wood or laminate. This model specifies countertops at least 1 inch thick, and comes with a metal bar for more support.

Shown: Domsjö 30-inch ceramic sink, 7 inches deep, $159; IKEA

Classic White, Three Ways: Undermount

Designed to sit on supports inside the cabinet, undermounts allow the countertop to extend over the sink on three sides, so crumbs and spills can be swept right in.

Shown: Vigo 36-inch Casement Front solid-surface sink, 9 5⁄8 inches deep, $595; The Home Depot

Classic White, Three Ways: Pulled Forward

Beefy, glossy, thick-walled sinks gain even more presence when their rounded apron fronts come forward a few inches—the better to lean against during dishwashing duty.

Shown: Shaws Original Rutherford 39 ½-inch fireclay sink, 10 inches deep, $4,295; Rohl

LEARN MORE about this sink in a YouTube video from Rohl

Know Your Options

All whites are not alike Fireclay is made from a special clay mix that is molded, glazed, and fired at very high temperatures, yielding a hard, long-lasting material that resists chips and scratches. Baking layers of enamel onto cast iron also produces a highly durable surface. These materials command higher prices than ceramics that are fired at lower temperatures and solid-surface acrylics. Note: If your sink is going next to a white cabinet or counter, request samples to make sure you like the color mix.

One bowl or two With a single big basin, it’s easy to scrub a roasting pan. With two, you can devote one to dirty dishes or a drying rack, the other to prepping salad greens. A low divider helps accommodate pot handles.

Workstation accessories A step-down rim adds function and flexibility with add-ons like a cutting board or a dish drainer.

Faucet function Pull-downs are a top choice because they can reach all four sink corners. With a faucet that doesn’t pull out, make sure it clears your tallest stockpot, and add a side spray for easy cleanup. If space behind the sink is tight, consider a wall-mount faucet or a sink that has a deck with predrilled holes.

Exit strategy When the drain is positioned to one side, dishes can pile in without blocking the water flow.

Extra protection If new-sink syndrome makes you anxious, add a bottom rack (about $50). Some have a cutout to ease drain access.

Shown: Contempo 36D Step Rim fireclay sink, $1,600; Bocchi

Downsized Sinks for Smaller Spaces: Pantries, Bars, and Islands

Chunky sinks with shorter spans offer the same period charm as their bigger brethren. And that extra depth is just as handy outside the kitchen.

For pantries, bars, and islands: This faux-slate sink, just 15 inches square and 7 inches deep, can help ready a long-stemmed bouquet or prep all the ingredients for a big salad. During a party, fill it with drinks and ice.

Shown: Ventana prep sink, $725; Native Trails

Downsized Sinks for Smaller Spaces: Baths and Laundries

Finally, a stylish 20-inch lav sink that doubles as a soaker for hand-washing. Its companion vanity has bun feet and beadboard to reinforce its vintage appeal.

Shown: Nellie vanity with granite top and ceramic sink, $1,500; Signature Hardware

What’s Old Is Renewed

Some of the latest sinks are looking to the past. Signature Hardware’s 42-inch Cast Iron Wall-Hung Kitchen Sink with Drainboard comes with the high-rise backsplash of yore ($996; Signature Hardware).

Shown: Kohler’s new wall-mount 45-inch Farmstead can be supported by 1920s-style cast-iron legs or dropped into a cabinet ($3,150, with seven accessories; legs, $600; Kohler).

Dressing Up the Apron: Linear Looks

If a plain white box leaves you cold, choose a model that puts texture, color, or ornamentation front and center.

Ribbing, fluting, grooves, and frame details can play up a sink’s generous length and depth.

Shown: 35 11⁄16-inch Whitehaven Hayridge cast-iron sink, $1,933; Kohler

Dressing Up the Apron: Swappable Panels

This stainless-steel sink lets you change the front from blue to copper to white fireclay.

Shown: 36-inch Farmhouse Sink, $949 as shown; Interchangeable Aprons, from $250 each; Elkay (available in September)

Dressing Up the Apron: Pattern Play

Florals and geometrics add a decorative flourish. Reversible sinks offer two options in one.

Shown: Vigneto 33-inch fireclay sink, $1,250; Bocchi

Installation Know-How

Illustration by Doug Adams

The No. 1 mistake homeowners make: not accounting for the sink’s true size and weight, especially when filled. Fireclay and ceramic come out of the kiln with a 2 percent size variation. A 36-inch cabinet may not hold a 36-inch sink, and its upper portion may not be tall enough to fit an undermount’s apron. Settle on the sink first, then order the cabinet, say the pros, and cut the opening on-site. In most cases, the cabinet is likely to need shoring up, as shown above.

Beefing Up the Box

Big fireclay and cast-iron sinks can tip the scales at 200 pounds or more. Add a garbage disposal, gallons of dishwater, and heavy pots and pans, and a farmhouse sink’s sole support—its base cabinet—may be holding up twice the sink’s shipping weight. Here’s how TOH general contractor Tom Silva readies a cabinet to hold one of these heavyweights.

  1. Reinforce the sides and front with 3⁄4-inch plywood. Attach each piece with construction adhesive and flathead wood screws.
  2. Attach 2x4s to the plywood. Glue and screw the cleats 1⁄8 inch below the sink’s vertical depth. Always measure the sink itself; its actual measurements can vary slightly from what’s printed on the spec sheet.
  3. Mount a 2x4 crosspiece to support the sink’s back edge, clear of the drain. Use steel angle brackets to carry the load to the cleats.
  4. Scribe and cut out the cabinet front to match the sink’s apron.
  5. Position the sink. Shim it in place until the rim is level and 1⁄16 inch below the top edge of the cabinet.
  6. Close the gap. After the countertop goes in, run a bead of tub-and-tile sealant around the sink rim to keep water out.

Looking to Retrofit, Not Renovate?

If your cook space needs a lift but your bank account says “no new cabinets, please,” consider a so-called retrofit sink that works with existing cabinetry. Rachiele’s proprietary retrofit design, which can be installed as a drop-in or undermount, has an apron with a channel behind it that slides over the top of your old sink cabinet’s face frame (from $3,463; Rachiele). With undermount installation, you can expect to replace your countertops, too, since they have to come out with the old sink—or be significantly altered. The 30-inch Hazelton Retrofit, shown left, has a short apron, so it can sit in a standard 33-inch-wide cabinet with the false drawer front removed ($499; Signature Hardware). And stainless steel isn’t the only option: Kohler’s 29 11⁄16-inch cast-iron Whitehaven has an 8 13⁄16-inch-high apron designed to overlap a rough-cut opening on an existing 30-inch cabinet.

High-Profile Materials: Cast Iron

Eye-catching options include hammered metal and natural stone.

This cast-iron sink’s lustrous look is achieved with a durable 1⁄16-inch coating of enamel that’s baked on in layers. It comes with a lifetime warranty against chips, cracks, and burns.

Shown: Whitehaven 29 11⁄16-inch undermount, $1,199; Kohler

High-Profile Materials: Stainless Steel

This rugged, easy-care material takes well to crisp lines and tight corners. A hefty-looking apron usually fronts thinner walls that reduce weight.

Shown: Pekoe 18-gauge 33-inch sink, $750; American Standard

High-Profile Materials: Copper

Smooth and penny bright or hand-hammered with an antiqued finish, copper will darken unless it is sealed. This 32-inch sink’s shape mimics thick-walled fireclay, so it can be pulled forward even more.

Shown: Lucca Antique Copper sink, $1,228; Thompson Traders

LEARN MORE about this sink in a YouTube video from Thompson Traders

High-Profile Materials: Composite

Pulverized stone mixed with resin creates a tough, scratch-resistant material with a smooth, contemporary look.

Shown: 30-inch Ikon Silgranit Apron Front sink, $1,395; Blanco

High-Profile Materials: Concrete

This curved-front number is made from a cement-jute mix that’s 40 percent lighter than regular concrete. Factory sealing helps it resist stains. Resealing every 5 to 10 years is recommended.

Shown: Farmhouse Quartet 33-inch sink, $1,885; Native Trails

High-Profile Materials: Stone

Soapstone, slate, and marble offer the beauty of natural stone and can be integrated with your countertop. Slate is hardest and maintenance-free; periodic mineral-oil treatments help soapstone darken evenly. In both cases scratches, and even minor dings, can be buffed out. Porous marble needs regular sealing against stains and acid-etching, and can chip; it’s more often seen as a bar sink.

Shown: Custom 33-inch sink made from domestically quarried slate, $1,447; Sheldon Slate Products

Thanks to Craig Tolmie, Tide Mill Restoration, Fairfield, CT; 203-256-1240. Rohl. Adriel Harris, Signature Hardware. Akgun Seckiner, Bocchi. David McNamara, Franke. Greg Jastrow, Kohler. Marion Hendricks, Herbeau Creations. Dino Rachiele, Rachiele, LLC.

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Workstation 36-inch 16 Gauge Stainless Steel Single Bowl Farmhouse Kitchen Sink

Do more with Kore™ – The ultimate sink for the modern home chef. Inspired by professional kitchens, the Kore™ Workstation Series instantly transforms your kitchen sink into a full-service prep station. Featuring a traditionally-inspired curved apron front, this deep-capacity farmhouse sink combines practical convenience with charming country style. A kitchen fixture that will endure in both beauty and performance, the farmhouse sink creates a distinctive focal point that instantly upgrades any décor. Packed with premium accessories such as the multi-purpose dish drying rack and bamboo cutting board, the integrated ledge system allows you to wash and dry, or chop and slice without losing an inch of counter space. Made with 16 gauge stainless steel, this kitchen workhorse is one of the toughest and most durable sinks on the market. The advanced modern look and culinary-inspired design is an instant upgrade to any home kitchen. Take the functionality of your kitchen sink to a whole new level with the Kore™ Workstation Series and experience the Kraus difference.

Benefits & Features

  • WORKSTATION SINK with integrated ledge that allows you to slide custom accessories across the sink to streamline meal prep and cleanup
  • ENGINEERED TO BE EXCEPTIONAL: Smart design adds valuable counter space by allowing you to work right over the sink, perfect for a kitchen of any size
  • 5-PIECE CHEF’S KIT: To make full use of your workstation sink the package includes a solid bamboo cutting board and a multi-purpose roll-up dish drying rack that allows you to rinse produce and drip-dry dishes right over the sink
  • HEAVY-DUTY STAINLESS STEEL: Made with 16-gauge stainless steel, this ultra durable sink is highly resistant to corrosion and dents
  • APRON FRONT DESIGN: Creates a distinctive focal point that combines practical convenience with timeless style, for a sink with enduring beauty and performance
  • SPACIOUS SINGLE BOWL: Deep high-capacity sink with tight-radius corners and offset drain creates an uninterrupted workspace for washing your largest cookware, like stock pots and baking sheets
  • RESILIENT RUST-RESISTANT FINISH is easy to clean and will not dull from daily use
  • ENGINEERED FOR EASY DRAINING with rear off-set drain opening and gently sloped bottom with channel grooves that prevent water from pooling in the sink
  • FULLY INSULATED WITH NOISEDEFEND: Proprietary sound-dampening system with extra-thick pads and protective undercoating to absorb noise and vibration
  • ROLL-UP DISH DRYING RACK: Made from heavy-duty stainless steel coated with non-slip 100% food-safe silicone – perfect for rinsing produce, drying dishes, and protecting countertops from hot items
  • BAMBOO CUTTING BOARD: Naturally non-porous bamboo resists odors, stains, and bacteria. An eco-friendly alternative that’s harder than most other wood, this board will not crack or warp
  • STAINLESS STEEL BOTTOM GRID: Dishwasher-safe dish rack protects sink surface and keeps dishes elevated for optimal draining
  • DRAIN ASSEMBLY WITH COVER: Premium stainless steel drain assembly with strainer keeps debris out of the drainpipe. CapPro™ decorative drain cover conceals drain opening and garbage disposal for a seamless look
  • LIFETIME LIMITED WARRANTY: Experience Kraus Quality with customer service that puts you first
  • Explore the full suite of KORE™ SINK ACCESSORIES to maximize the functionality of your KORE™ Workstation sink
  • CERTS: ASME A112.19.3-2008/CSA B45.4-08, Uniform Plumbing Code (UPC®), National Plumbing Code of Canada, International Plumbing Code (IPC®)
  • What is the minimum required cabinet size?
  •     39" This is to ensure there is enough space within the cabinet for the sink and the included mounting hardware.

  • Can a Farmhouse sink be installed as top or undermount?
  •     Yes. A Farmhouse sink can be installed top mount, undermount or flush.

  • Can I install a garbage disposal to this sink?
  •     Yes, garbage disposals are 100% compatible with our sinks. Rather than install a disposal to the drain, the disposal will replace the drain as it has its own flange and mounts directly to the sink.

  • Are the sink grids dishwasher safe?
  •     Yes, the sink grids are 100% dishwasher safe.

  • What is the chromium to nickel ratio?
  •     The Chromium to Nickel ratio is 10:18

  • What is the steel gauge?
  •     TRU 16 Gauge T304 Stainless Steel

  • How far back is the sink wall from the center of the drain?
  •     5"

  • Can I install this sink in a laminate countertop?
  •     Our Farmhouse sinks are best suited for solid surfaces countertop materials like marble concrete, soapstone and granite. Not well suited for laminate or tile counters which have too many weak points along seams and grout lines to support the weight of the sink.

  • Does the bottom have a slope?
  •     Yes, our sinks are engineered with 1/8" slope to easily help guide water towards the drain.

  • Can I purchase additional feet and bumpers for my sink grid?
  •     Yes, you can purchase additional grid feet and bumpers by contacting us directly at 800-775-0703 or via email at [email protected]

  • Is there sound dampening material?
  •     Yes, this sink includes NoiseDefend Soundproofing technology and offers extra thick pads covering over 80% of the sink and non-toxic undercoating for added insulation.

  • What should I use to clean the sink?
  •     We recommend using mild soap and water for everyday cleaning as well as stainless steel cleaners designed for cleaning stainless steel specifically. A popular option is Barkeeper's Friend and a 3M Fine Scotch Brite Pad

  • Are there any products that should be avoided when cleaning my sink?
  •     We recommend avoiding cleaners with harsh chemicals like chlorine, bleach, ammonia as these items can cause damage to the sink surface.

  • How can I remove scratches from my sink?
  •     Scratches are inevitable in any sink material, including stainless steel. These are merely usage scratches over time, these scratches will become uniform with the sink's grain and blend into the overall finish of your sink with proper cleaning. Most minor scratches can be softened with a fine (white) 3M Scotch Brite pad, or 3M Scotch Brite Natural Fiber Non-Scratch Scour Pad, accompanied by a deep cleansing agent such as Bar Keepers Friend.

  • What does "KWF" stand for?
  •     Kraus Workstation Farmhouse

  • Can stainless steel sinks rust?
  •     No. Typically, when red spots appear on a Stainless Steel Sink it is simply surface discoloration due to iron and mineral deposits in the water. This is usually taken care of permanently with a stainless steel polish and/or cleaner when used according to the directions of the cleaning product. Products such as Bar Keeper's friend and a fine 3M Scotch Brite pad are both great options.

  • What is the height of the sink apron?
  •     9"

  • Is it recommended to drill additional holes in my stainless steel sink?
  •     We do not recommend making additional holes in a stainless steel sink as it could potentially damage and compromise the integrity of the sink.

  • Is this sink self-rimming?
  •     No. Our Farmhouse sinks are constructed of stainless steel all around and require a Farmhouse cabinet or modification of existing cabinet for the sink apron.

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