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post #1 of 36 (permalink) Old 07-09-2009, 01:33 PM Thread Starter
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What is the purpose of those double kitchen sink?
I tried googling it but didn't get a clear answer.


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Re: Kitchen question

one for wash one for rinse.

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Re: Kitchen question

i wash/rinse in one, and dry in the other with a rack...


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Re: Kitchen question

[quote author=gar187er link=topic=150014.msg3218594#msg3218594 date=1247161682]
i wash/rinse in one, and dry in the other with a rack...
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That's what I used to do. I could only do a single bowl sink after my remodel so now I have a very expensive drying rack...aka the dishwasher (which I only use for drying).

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Re: Kitchen question

My old sink I just had one big sink no need to rinse in separate sink.
Good thing I don't have to do dishes often lol.


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gotta love the dishwasher, Im pretty sure dishwasher use way less water then doing dishes by hand too.

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Re: Kitchen question

Allows you to let dishes pile up for a week and still have access to a drain/disposal when you need it

What, just me?


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[quote author=gar187er link=topic=150014.msg3218594#msg3218594 date=1247161682]
i wash/rinse in one, and dry in the other with a rack...
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Yeah I might have to do this now because my dishwasher aka drying rack is far away from the sink so its not within arm lengths.
At my old house the dishwasher was close enough to the sink that I could just put my dishes in them and let it air dry.

Not feeling this double sink at all.


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Im pretty sure dishwasher use way less water then doing dishes by hand too.
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Indeed they do. I'd never handwash dishes.
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Re: Kitchen question

well main purpose of having double sink is...
large compartment for big pans/pots etc.... small compartment for things that you need on the go.. lets say a glass that you were drinking a juice from... rinse it really quick... put it in the small compartment... and its good to go lol..
at least thats what i do...

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