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SKU 00000: ABOUT OUR COPPER SINKS
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Canton Antiques offer for sale PREMIUM QUALITY COPPER SINKS. We use these in many of our vanities, and we offer them to you for individual sale. Our sinks are made with 99.6% Pure Copper, NO LEAD. Sinks with corners are copper welded at the seams, and the seems are slightly rounded for easier cleaning. The bathroom sinks are 18 gauge copper, and the kitchen and all vessel sinks are 15 gauge. (Lower gauge is heavier.) CARING FOR OUR COPPER SINKS--Customers are surprised to find how easy it is to care for our popular line of pre-patina'd copper products. While scrubbing and polishing may be necessary for shiny copper, that is not the case with our products! All of our sinks are hand-crafted with a dark patina finish which is fired into the copper's surface, giving each item it's beautiful dark copper appearance, like an old penny. To keep your aged copper sink clean, simply rinse your sink with water after each use. Since copper is a natural anti-bacterial surface, it is not necessary to disinfect or scrub your copper. You may, however, choose to give your copper sink a thorough cleaning with mild soap and a soft cloth from time to time. Lastly, always avoid using anything abrasive that may remove the patina. That's it! Following this simple routine of 'rinse and wash', your copper sink, will give you a lifetime of enjoyment! For an added layer of protection, especially in 'hard water' areas, consider coating your sink, tub, or tabletop with a high quality bees wax. This will help maintain the luster of the patina while providing better water runoff. NOTE for kitchen and bar sinks: With acidic foods such as... lemons, tomatoes, mustard, etc., it is best to leave water running while working with products and foods of this nature and remember to thoroughly rinse your sink immediately after use. If the copper surface should get lightened by one of these acidic foods, the copper will naturally regain its original, aged patina with regular use and time. NOTE: With hard water, just a quick soft cloth-drying after each use and an occasional light waxing helps prevent possible spots. The most important thing to remember about this copper is: DO NOT use abrasive cleansers or disinfectants on the non-shiny copper. It does NOT require that much work! ENJOY YOUR BEAUTIFUL COPPER SINKS FOR YEARS TO COME!

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Oval bathroom copper sink installed

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