Abstract:Countertop sinks are very stylish, especially those glass basins. Not only will they give your bathr...
Countertop sinks are very stylish, especially those glass basins
. Not only will they give your bathroom a sleek, modern look, but they're also super easy to clean. Plus, there's always something novel about looking at water through a transparent basin -- no matter how old we are.
That said, there are a few things you may want to consider before securing one to your countertop. First, is glass an appropriate material to bring into the bathroom? For example, if you have young children, this may not be the safest option - using stone or ceramic may be better.
That's because glass can shatter easily, and not just from huge shocks - it can also shatter from extreme changes in temperature. This is called thermal shock and can occur in an environment where the temperature is not regulated; for example, if someone poured scaled water from a kettle into a sink.
If you're concerned about the safety of your glass sink but are still sure it's the right choice for your home, it's best to choose tempered safety glass to ensure it's sturdy and durable. Many manufacturers use this material as standard practice, but it's best to make sure - especially if you have kids.
Before you complete your purchase, you also need to make sure that your basin is equipped with a faucet and waste set (complete with a faucet connector). These parts can be purchased separately, but it is best to use the parts designed for your specific model to ensure they are compatible.
Your countertop sink also needs a waste solution that can easily connect to the rest of the plumbing, so make sure you do some research on which sink is the best option.
The press or click pop-up waste disposal is by far the easiest to use and makes cleaning your basin a breeze. They also look the most streamlined, which will add a sleek look to your new bathroom features.
If you purchased a countertop basin with a faucet and waste set, you need to make sure it comes with a fixing set. While it is recommended that you hire a qualified plumber to install the sink, you should be able to install the faucet and litter box yourself.
Another item you may need to buy separately is an anti-mounting ring. Make sure you buy one designed for glass sinks, as these require varying degrees of support for ceramic or stone sinks.
It is also important to hand-tighten the ring during installation. This is because the glass can shatter if it rests too tightly against the basin, so make sure your plumber knows not to use a wrench or wrench.
Contrary to popular belief, glass sinks are very easy to clean. You can buy a mild glass cleaner for windows or shower doors, or you can save some money by mixing some vinegar with water to remove water spots and build-up.
It's important not to use bleach or other heavy chemicals on the glass, and keep in mind that using an abrasive sponge or scrubber may permanently scar the material.
Glass basins have many benefits and look especially stylish on marble or oak countertops. If you are ordering online, please make sure to take all necessary measurements, please consult us if you are unsure of any specifications of the product.
81cm Blue Glass counter basin Bathroom sinks
Profile glass thickness :15mm
Available thickness: 12mm/15mm/19mm.
Profile color :Blue color
Used for Bathroom Cabinet or Stainless steel support
Drain : not included
Overflow :not included
Brand :OEM and ODM are both available