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The Bradstreet II fireclay kitchen sink brings Sinkology’s INSPIRED collection of fireclay sinks to your home. Our handcrafted single bowl sink showcases the classic beauty of the farmhouse style with modern enhancements for ultimate functionality. The 30 in. sink is a beautiful focus point for your kitchen and provides generous space for filling pots, stacking dishes, cleaning, and preparing meals. Our INSPIRED collection celebrates the creators of the world: the people who wake up, mess up, clean up, and start up all over again. The Bradstreet II is designed to withstand the needs of a busy kitchen without sacrificing the classic look of an authentic farmhouse sink.
The Bradstreet II single bowl, apron-front sink features a crisp white finish that brings clean, timeless beauty to your kitchen. Our INSPIRED fireclay sinks are created with naturally durable fireclay material that is fired at more than 2100*F degrees and reinforced with the Sinkology Signature Glaze. The fired-on glaze serves as an extra-thick protective shield for your Bradstreet II sink, and it provides an easy-to-clean surface that is non-porous and durable enough to keep your sink looking new for years to come. The Bradstreet II is guaranteed to not chip, crack, stain, or rust, and we back that promise with our exclusive Sinkology Lifetime Warranty. We believe every home deserves beautifully affordable products, and The Bradstreet II single bowl farmhouse sink from our INSPIRED collection is functional, reliable, and priced with you in mind.
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ON THE BLOG
The cleaning and care of a fireclay farmhouse sink isn't much different than other sinks. Fireclay is heat resistant, stain resistant, scratch resistant, and chip resistant. So cleaning and care is super simple and easy. Here are a few tips for the ongoing cleaning and care of your fireclay sink.
This month's SINKOLOGY Halloween recipe gives us the PERFECT way to use up every last candy corn kernel while creating a simple cake that's sure to please even the biggest scoffer. And, I bet the way we're going to use this candy will surprise you.
Our friends, Josh and Laura, over at A Carpenter's Son Design Co. are back with Part 2, to share an update on the renovation of their 1800's farmhouse. See how they are bringing this farmhouse back to life with copper and fireclay sinks from Sinkology and a little love and elbow grease from this creative family!