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Swanstone KSLB-3322 Double Bowl 33"x 22" Kitchen Sink in Black Galaxy

SKU: 149453
   based on 1 Reviews
100% recommend this product
$305.13/ea
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About the Swanstone KS02233LB.015

Made from Swanstone solid surface cast polymer, the Swanstone KSLB-3322 Double Bowl Kitchen Sink features a renewable surface, allowing stains and even scratches to be removed with minimal effort. The texture and chic Black Galaxy color will give you the sophisticated look you are searching for. Like all the quality products from Swanstone, this kitchen sink will not mold or mildew and is resistant to harsh chemicals, such as Drano and even gasoline. For an added bonus, it works as either an undermount or a self-rimming kitchen sink. The Swanstone KSLB-3322 Double Bowl Kitchen Sink is 33" wide x 22" deep and has 10" deep bowls. Add quality and beauty to your kitchen with the Swanstone KSLB-3322 Double Bowl Kitchen Sink.

Product Details

Manufacturer: Swanstone
Style: Two Bowls
Color: Black Galaxy
Number of Holes: 1 Hole
Mpn # KS02233LB.015
Shipping Dimensions 37.0" x 25.0" x 14.0"
Weight 33.00 lbs.
Shipping Dimensional Weight 73.43 lbs.

Product Features

  • 10-inch deep bowls
  • Accommodates a single-hole faucet style
  • Heat, stain, and scratch resistant for lasting beauty
  • Highest resistance of impact from heavy objects
  • Hot pots and boiling water will not harm
  • Renewable surface will not wear away
  • Two extra deep bowls for enormous workspace

Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 based on 1 reviews


Amazing Sink! Rated 5 by R Benavides
  Yes, I recommend this product.
I purchased this sink for our home in NC and absolutely loved it. No stains ever, cleaned easily and the extra deep bowls allowed for lots of room. Even with the deep bowls, I had plenty of room under the sink, using the undermount method. I now want to purchase this same sink for our new home to replace the stainless one. I'd highly recommend to anyone!
Originally posted on PlumbersStock Jul/2017

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