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Kitchen Sink Clearance: Elkay 16-Inch Fireclay Bar Sink, Biscuit $108.34 & More + FS [new Amazon price matches]

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Home Depot [homedepot.com] & sold/shipped by Amazon has select kitchen sinks on clearance w/ free shipping:No longer avail
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Link and deal are for Home Depot but the link text is "sold/shipped by Amazon"

Edit: now says "Home Depot [homedepot.com] & sold/shipped by Amazon has select kitchen sinks on clearance w/ free shipping:"
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everything but the kitchen sink.
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Everything but the kitchen sink
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Thanks! Considering that stainless one from amazon.

Can't believe my builder tried to scam me during customization, by saying that I have to opt for stainless instead of the cheaper ceramic since you can't upgrade to a stainless in the future without breaking the granite (according to them the sink is wedged in between the woodframe and granite) Ermm
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I'll vouch for Blanco granite composite sinks. I just had one installed a few weeks ago (it wasn't on sale, sadly), and I love it. The Blanco sink cost me more than my cheapie electric range! TU and reps to OP for finding this deal.
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Pretty shallow.
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If you go to your local habitat for humanity, you'll probably find a double drop in sink brand new for $40 or $50. We bought ours there, meanwhile contractors wanted to sell to us at their "good price" of $150
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Anyone had good luck with ceramic sinks? Has always been using stainless steel ones but those ceramic ones do look nice.
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Copied from https://a1clean.net/whats-the-bes...chen-sink/

"The maximum gauge I would recommend for any stainless steel kitchen sink is 18 gauge. The best choice is of course 16 gauge, however either 16 or 18 gauge will provide the same top value in terms of cost, performance and overall satisfaction. Don't bother with higher gauges (20, 22, 24) which are significantly thinner.Jan 21, 2019
The following table shows the actual thickness for popular gauges of kitchen sinks, as well as its density and % decrease in thickness compared to 16 stainless steel gauge, which is typically the heaviest gauge used for stainless steel kitchen sinks.

Gauge Decimal Inch Millimeters lb/ft2 % Decrease in Thickness Over 16 Gauge
16 0.0625″ 1.5875 2.52 –
18 0.05″ 1.27 2.016 20%
20 0.0375″ 0.9525 1.512 40%
22 0.0312″ 0.7925 1.26 50%
24 0.0250″ 0.635 1.08 60%
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If you go to your local habitat for humanity, you'll probably find a double drop in sink brand new for $40 or $50. We bought ours there, meanwhile contractors wanted to sell to us at their "good price" of $150
No you won't find a double drop in brand new sink for $50 @ your local habitat for humanity so save your gas money. If your habitat is anything like mine its best to avoid them all together. Mine got a pallet of NIB generators donated from loews and proceedes to slap $599.00 on each one. Their items are priced so high it makes mire sense to soend a couple more bucks for a return policy and warranty. They literally send truck fulls of stuff to the dump instead of marking them down for clearance. They were good a few years back but now if you askws how much they whip out their phones , check store prices and knock off a couple bucks.
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Caveat on the Blanco sinks. I have had 2, one in the Biscuit color another in dark gray. The composite is durable and attractive but stay away from the white/lighter colors as they appear dirty quite quickly. I have not experienced that any long term staining occurs but you will need a stash of Bar Keeper's friend to clean up at least once a week.
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