When you are ready to install your copper kitchen sinks, your first step should be to measure the current sink in your kitchen. We offer a complete selection of copper sinks that come in different shapes and sizes. They are made to work with most standard plumbing, so you should not have to purchase new pipes for the installation. The only decision you have to make is the number of basins in your sink.
Keeping Copper Kitchen Sinks Clean is Easy
Copper kitchen sinks are some of the easiest sinks to keep clean. All you need is a mild soap and some water. You should avoid using any type of cleanser that is abrasive. You should also avoid using products that have a high acid content, such as vinegar. This can cause the patina of the sink to degrade and etch the copper.