A Little Trivia about Kitchen Sink
Since prehistoric times, humans have been concerned with sanitation. So, the sink is arguably one of the first examples of both disease control and access to fresh water. Interestingly enough, sinks as we now know them did not evolve until the early twentieth century. Before this period, a sink would have been defined as a washstand complete with a pitcher of water and a deep bowl. Once the clean water became dirty, it was simply discarded or even thrown out of the window. Some historians believe that this could have had an influence on the word "loo"; homeowners would have warned "watch out below" when dumping their water.
Modern plumbing and materials have now enabled us to enjoy kitchen sinks and the numerous amenities that they have to offer. As may be guessed, choosing the best model will depend on such variables and the amount of people it will service, its dimensions, the location in question and how to best match any existing decor. Let us take a look at stainless-steel type sink to get a better idea.
Stainless Steel type of sinks are the most common types. They are made from high-grade, thick steel and provide a polished and clean look kitchen that many people find attractive. Stick with low-gauge steel instead of thinner steels that have high gauge numbers (19+). High-gauge steel is tougher, less "tinny" and will outlast inferior steels.