Get to Know the SureFire Sink Material We Know You’ll Love

Apr 2021

Austen Snow Day Fireclay Farmhouse Sink in Matte White

It’s safe to say that we can all agree that a kitchen sink needs to be equal parts dependable and beautiful. However, more often than not, when homeowners are shopping around for a new kitchen sink, they find they have to choose one or the other. In some cases, homeowners find a sink that fits their personal style perfectly but is easily dented or damaged by everyday use. Or, when they finally find a sink that is resilient enough to withstand whatever their family may throw at it, they see that it stands out like a sore thumb once installed. But with the Sinkology SureFire material, every homeowner can have the best of both worlds. If you’re new to Sinkology and our high-quality sinks, keep reading. We answer some of the top questions we receive from our customers who are curious about our exclusive SureFire sinks.

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What makes a sink made with SureFire special?

Sinkology’s exclusive SureFire material is made with extra care at an extra-high heat. Our natural fireclay sinks are fired at 2100° to transform the naturally strong clay into a dense and more durable material. These extreme temperatures seal in strength, resiliency, and beauty unlike any other material on the market.

What does a SureFire sink look like?

As our SureFire material is created, our designers and creators form each sink to perfection. Our skilled craftspeople smooth the surfaces by hand, expertly shape every corner, and carefully inspect to ensure consistency. This handcrafted difference is what sets our designs apart. Each design is made with our customer in mind to fit every home’s design style, from traditional to modern, classic to contemporary. Three of our favorite sinks made with SureFire material include:

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  • Bradstreet II
    • This sink provides generous space for all of your pots and pans, dishes, and more. With an impressive 30-inch single bowl and an elegant apron-front, clean-up will be a beautiful breeze. Click here to see our current Bradstreet II selection.

The Brooks II double bowl fireclay farmhouse kitchen sink front view

  • Brooks II
    • We know that sometimes one bowl isn’t enough. That’s why we created this sink with even more functionality to the classic farmhouse style sink. Featuring an impressive 33-inch double bowl, the Brooks II helps you separate soaking from stacking and drying dishes from hand washing. And, with our exclusive All-In-One Kits, you’ll have everything you need for an easy install. Click here to see our current Brooks II selection.

Wilcox fireclay sink head on

  • Wilcox II
    • While we love the extra space the two aforementioned sinks provide, we know that not every kitchen is able to hold an expansive sink. The Wilcox II has a compact, 24-inch single bowl design that is a perfect fit for tiny homes or separate prep areas alike. Click here to see our current Wilcox II selection.

 

The best part is that this beautiful material that will stay that way for years to come. Thanks to the innate durability that comes with the Sinkology SureFire material, you don’t have to worry about it wearing down with every use. You can trust that your sink will look as beautiful as it is strong. We guarantee it. The extra layer of protection we build into every one of our fireclay sinks is backed by our exclusive Sinkology Lifetime Warranty. We promise your sink will not chip, crack, stain, or rust.

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How can I get a SureFire sink in my kitchen?

You can browse our complete collection of sinks made with our exclusive SureFire material on our website. Click here to find the sink with the strength and style your kitchen deserves.

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