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Kitchen Sinks for Sale
Modern style kitchen sinks, for sale at Modern Living.
Perhaps you’re traditional and love that classic look. Or maybe, you want a modern matte black theme in the kitchen. We cater to all tastes but one thing remains the same, the quality. Our kitchen sinks for sale feature trusted manufacturers like Scott & James, Franke and Pland. You’ll find these sinks in most UK homes, and for good reason. They’re the best of the best.
Kitchen Sinks FAQs
See down below for our most frequently asked questions about kitchen sinks.
What is the best material for kitchen sinks?
The most popular and best material for kitchen sinks is stainless steel. It’s water-resistant, durable and looks better for longer.
For example, when you drop a heavy pot or pan onto stainless steel it will not show the impact. It’s scratch-resistant too, protecting it from sharp kitchen utensils. It’s an easy material to clean, requiring only white vinegar spray and a microfibre cloth for that shine.
Why are kitchen sinks under windows?
Put simply, the window wall is an outside wall and therefore is the best place in terms of plumbing. It means that a short waste pipe can run from the sink to the drains.
An added bonus of a kitchen sink being under a window is having somewhere to look out on whilst doing the dishes. You can keep one eye on your kids playing outside whilst sorting out those dishes.
How do I clean a kitchen sink?
Cleaning a kitchen sink will depend entirely on what material it is.
Stainless steel sinks
The best and most affordable way to clean your stainless steel sink is with baking soda, water and vinegar.
Begin by using baking soda and a water paste to remove any grime or stains from your sink. Once this is rinsed and the sink has dried, use white vinegar to bring the shine back to your stainless steel sink.
It’s best to take a gentle approach to cleaning your ceramic sink. The material doesn’t take kindly to aggressive cleaners. Therefore we recommend using just warm water and a little bit of washing-up liquid.
To get a thorough clean on your granite sink, just use baking soda, white vinegar and water. These will combine and create a fizzing reaction. Use these with a soft sponge to gently scrub your sink.