Texas Lightsmith
January 2, 2012 in Photo Questions
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coopergolden
love the copper sink, just wondering how they hold up?
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Texas Lightsmith
At Texas Lightsmith, we seal the apron of the sink to preserve the chosen finish. The basin is finished to color, and left unsealed for a living finish due to the high traffic a kitchen sink goes through a sealant would not last very long. One of the greatest advantages of a living finish basin is the antimicrobial properties of the metal, more info about living finish sinks: http://www.texaslightsmith.com/www/faq.php#faq13
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