D-bowl has a 3-1/2" rear center drain opening in the left bowl
3-1/2" drain opening in the center of the right bowl
Includes mounting hardware and a template
Sink grids available
Note: D-bowl (large bowl) available on the left side only.
Care & Maintenance:
Chlorides – Today chlorides are found in most soap, detergents, bleaches and cleansers; chlorides can be aggressive to stainless steel. However, chlorides are very water-soluble. Therefore, thorough rinsing of your sink after each use to remove any chloride residue and a weekly scouring is all that is required to keep your sink looking bright and shiny.
Scratches - Like many metallic surfaces, your stainless steel sink will scratch. These are merely usage scratches and over time will blend into the overall finish of your sink.
Water Quality – The quality of your water can affect your sinks appearance. If your water has high iron content, a brown surface stain can form on the sink giving the appearance of rust. Additionally, in areas with a high concentration of minerals, or with over-softened water, a white film may develop on the sink. To combat these problems, we suggest that the sink be towel dried after use, and again, on a weekly basis, the sink should be cleaned.
Food - Heavy salt concentration or foods containing high levels of salt should not be allowed to dry on the sink surface. Rinse your sink thoroughly after use.
Cutting – Your sink is designed to serve as many things, but should not be used as a cutting board or chopping block. This type of use will lead to deep scratches in the sink finish and will dull your knives.
Most dirt and stains – Use soapy water or ammonia-based cleaner.
Watermarks – Wipe with damp cloth then towel dry.
Disinfecting – Occasionally wipe surface with diluted household bleach (1 part water/1 part bleach).
Maintenance – Occasionally clean by filling the sink one-quarter full with a 50/50 water/bleach solution. Let soak for 15 minutes, then wash sides and bottom as solution drains and thoroughly rinse.
Following these recommendations for the care and cleaning of your stainless steel sink will help to ensure that your stainless steel sink will provide you with many years of service.
The Double Bowl Undermount Sink by Noah Collection features a generously sized D-shaped bowl on the left and a small oval bowl on the right. This sink is crafted of 18-gauge, 304 series stainless steel. The large bowl measures 21" W x 18-5/8" D x 9" H and the small bowl measures 7" W x 14" D x 6" H. A full undercoat over sound deadening pads reduces excess noise. The Brushed Stainless Steel finish adds sparkle to any kitchen. The undermount sink has an overall size of 31-1/2" W x 20-7/8" D. Ships via UPS/FedEx ground.
Good product by: Lea from: Huddleston, VA on: November 9, 2009
I have always liked having a large sink (so I can soak cookie sheets and roasting pans)with a garbage disposal in a separate small sink - this is a good quality sink that accomplishes my goals. The write-up did not specify that you need to buy a strainer as an add-on. It would also have been helpful for the desription to include some faucet suggestions that would work well with this configuration.