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Old 12-08-2013, 02:15 PM   #31
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Here are a few "before pics". Huge difference
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Yea, its pretty huge! You can fit larger pans in there to clean them. And, if you really need a separate rinse or soak sink, we have a small rubbermaid bin we keep under the sink. You can set it inside the main sink and still have plenty of room for other stuff!! So far, I see no downside to it!
yeah. there is so many great things about them. and most people don't even realize it

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