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Blog Date: 05/23/2014

Most stainless steel undermount sinks are installed when using a granite, concrete or other stone countertop. Established undermount sink companies should offer good advice regarding the mounting of their sink, but this article will explain the most popular methods. There are several ways to install these sinks.  Most all are good methods and the one used generally depends on the way the installer learned to do it.  Some use clips or brackets and some are just glue in installations. The clips that are shipped with most sinks are simply a strip of metal about an inch long with a hole in ...

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Blog Date: 05/23/2014

Clogged toilet is a big issue we all want to avoid. The knowledge of how to deal with clogged toilet can help you very much in saving lot of money and frustration. There are several hardware tools that can be found at any store and will help you in solving your clogged toilet situation. The drain blockage can be released with simple tools such as plunger, rag and even a closet hanger. When we have problem of clogged toilet, the plunger is the best and most powerful tool to do the unclogging job quickly and efficiently. A toilet plunger has ...

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Blog Date: 05/23/2014

Slow drains can be extremely frustrating to the home owner and even more frustrating to people who live in apartments. Fortunately, you don't have to always wait for the management company to send a repairman. There are plenty of things you can do on your own to fix a slow drain. This article will discuss a variety of tools and tricks for maintaining a fast moving drain and clearing a clogged one.For starters, when it comes to maintaining a healthy drain, an ounce of prevention is worth a truckload of drain-fixing tools. Want to know a simple way to ...

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Blog Date: 05/23/2014

Kitchen sinks are plumbing fixtures with one, two or three bowls used for cleaning food, dishes or hands.Sinks come with a faucet that supplies the cold or hot water used to wash things. They also have a drain with a strainers for draining the water or a garbage disposal for shredding food waste. Some sinks can also have a liquid soap dispenser.Most kitchen sinks today are made of stainless steel, because of the cost, durability and ease of use. The most common stainless steel used in sinks manufacturing is the 304 series stainless steel, with a 18/10 chrome/nickel content. ...

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