Kitchen Sinks from Just Manufacturing
Stainless steel sinks for the kitchen are part of the broad line that Just Manufacturing has been producing since 1933. Our on-going quality and reputation have made Just Manufacturing's stainless steel sinks a preferred choice of architects, designers and specifying engineers for projects worldwide for quality stainless steel residential sinks. The same great quality stainless steel products that have been proven in the commercial market, are now available to kitchen and bath designers, interior designers and residential architects.
Easy cleanability makes stainless steel the first choice for strict hygienic conditions.
The hard metallic surface of stainless steel makes it difficult for bacteria to adhere and survive. When properly cleaned and maintained, stainless steel surfaces resist growth of bacteria, mold and microorganisms that can cause disease.
Our sinks combine cutting edge stainless steel design with functional elements to meet the demanding criteria of high end kitchen designers. Stainless steel sink and utility applications many times require something unique for different demands throughout the kitchen and house:
- Island / Bar
If a stock kitchen sink is not the answer, we are experts in custom stainless steel sinks ~ no construction project is too small for a custom stainless steel kitchen sink that is "Made in the USA".
Just Manufacturing uses 18-8 type 304 certified USA milled stainless steel to produce the most durable and best stainless steel fixtures available. All Just Manufacturing stainless steel fixtures are Made in USA with 100% American steel and certified for ARRA project work specifications.
People count on Just and you can be assured that service and reliability are a Just constant for Kitchen sinks stainless steel!
An ounce of prevention ...
Forget the pound of cure. A stainless steel kitchen sink is easily kept stain-free with these simple steps:
- Since most soaps and detergents contain chlorides, Just recommends frequent rinsing of your the sink bowl, preferably after each use.
- Combine this simple daily treatment with a weekly cleansing with an abrasive cleaner, ideally Bon-Ami or Zud. Unlike porcelain sinks, durable stainless steel stands up strongly to abrasive cleansers. Remember always to scrub in the direction of the polish lines so that your efforts blend with the surface of your sink.
- For a less aggressive approach, try cleaning your sink with a paste of baking soda and water. Rinse well and dry. Regularly drying your sink works wonders to prevent water and surface rust marks.
- Looking for that extra sparkle? Use flour power to polish your sink by applying dry flour when the look you are after is a gleaming finish. Rub the flour in with a soft cloth, and then rinse and dry.
- Club soda will do the sparkle trick as well. After placing the stopper in your sink, pour some club soda in and rub with a soft cloth. As always, dry with a soft cloth to prevent water spots and surface rust.
- Add some shine with a few drops of baby oil. Wipe off with paper toweling and repeat for added shine.
Some things are best avoided when cleaning: A few DONT's for cleaning care...
- Do not let soap cleansers dry on the sink's surface. Rinse regularly to keep the chlorides found in most cleansers from affecting the natural luster of stainless.
- Steer clear of steel wool pads. The iron particles that are left behind can lead to rust and corrosion.
- For hard-to-clean projects, try a ScotchBrite scouring pad when the job at hand requires a little extra effort, again in the direction of the grain.
- Avoid leaving steel and cast iron cookware in your sink for extended periods of time. Iron plus moisture on top of stainless can lead to surface rust and staining.
- Rubber dish mats, wet sponges and cleaning pads are a no-no for a lengthy stay in your compartment sink. Since they trap water, discoloration and staining can result.