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Subject: Re: Kitchen sink: single or double bowl? Date: 8/12/2007 4:03 AM
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I have a double bowl sink, but it's a small, shallow bowl on one side, and a big, deep bowl on the other. I do things like soak and wash dishes in the big side, but use the smaller side for washing vegetables, etc. That way, I can have dirty dishes queing in the sink while I'm cooking, and still be washing food safely in the smaller bowl.

My countertops and sink are Corian, but sinks of this type are available for use with other countertop materials like granite.

I'd recommend checking this out as another option.


We went with the same set up in Corian (was too cheap for granite but in retrospect wish I'd have spent the $)

I like the little side sink for washing & peeling vegetables too. If there's a few dirty dishes in the sink, you have to do something with them before using the sink for other things many times. With two, the little one stays open. Ours has the little one on the left & the large on to the right. The large side will hold our biggest stock pot just fine.
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