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Enhance Your Cooking Experience with a Model Kitchen Sink

Like any good Samaritan, Ortonbaths recognize that kitchen sinks are a crucial component of any kitchen. They feature enticing modern, minimalistic aesthetics and provide excellent performance and enduring endurance. These designs effortlessly blend the kitchen and decor of any home!

A kitchen sink is necessary whether you are creating or remodelling your kitchen. But before choosing one, you should consider several things to ensure it meets your needs. We thoroughly cover all you need to know about selecting the ideal kitchen sink in the post we’re sharing with you today. Get started now!

How do I Choose a Kitchen Sink Size?

When choosing a sink size, the first factor to consider is space. For instance, a smaller sink will fit nicely in a smaller kitchen, and the opposite is true. The size of the kitchen’s base cabinet is also essential. Remember that a more oversized sink will necessitate a larger base cabinet. Measure the interior of your kitchen cabinet and then deduct 2-3 inches on either side to be sure. If you intend to use the base cabinet for storage, keep in mind to take the sink’s depth into account.

What is the sink’s main purpose, another question to consider? For instance, if you cook frequently, you would want a more extensive, deeper sink to handle all the cookware and utensils used.

What's the Most Popular Sink Style?

Most kitchens’ common types of kitchen sinks are top-mount or drop-in models. According to the manufacturer’s instructions, these sinks are mounted on the upper portion of the kitchen counter. Typically, a hole is cut through the counter material that is large enough to fit the sink.

The sink is next mounted, with the silicone-fastened rim resting on the counter for stability. The capacity of this sink edge to form a rim is where the term “self-rimming” comes from.

Shape- Round or Square?

Kitchen sink bowls can be square, oval, or circular. The typical circular bowls are ideal for any kitchen. Its rounded sides simplify cleaning the sink because they stop dirt from building up in the corners.

In comparison to circular sinks, square basins have greater space. They are heated in a furnace, which increases their flexibility and lessens their hardness, allowing them to tolerate high temperatures and remain durable.

There are single-bowl and double-bowl varieties of Ortonbaths kitchen sinks. A single bowl is generally adequate for a nuclear family’s needs, and a double bowl keeps the kitchen organized in larger homes.

The Ortonbaths two bowl kitchen sinks are perfect for multitaskers since you can place the appropriate saucepan in the large basin while washing veggies in the small basin. The model with two huge basins is ideal if you routinely handle large containers or baking dishes.

If you physically wash your dishes every time or want to utilize the surface to prepare meals, the model with the drainboard is ideal. Your utensils have more room to dry, thanks to it.


They feature enticing modern, minimalistic aesthetics and provide excellent performance and enduring endurance. These designs effortlessly blend the kitchen and décor of any home!

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5 Key points you need to consider when choosing Kitchen Sink

Kitchen revolves around the sink. Choosing a sink that best matches your needs and lifestyle is a critical factor in have a truly functional and efficient kitchen. Here are the key points you need to consider when choosing a new kitchen sink…

  • Size

In additional to making sure that the size of the individual bowls meet your needs, also consider the overall size of the sink. A larger sink provide more space for washing dishes but also takes away counter space which is especially critical in smaller kitchens. Also make sure your new sink will fit the existing cabinets. Some larger sinks might require custom sized cabinets.

  • Number of Bowls

How do you use your kitchen sink? Do you wash a lot of baking pans? If so, consider a large single bowl sink or a dual level sink with enough room to lay the pans down to soak. Most dual level sinks feature an oversized bowl to wash or soak things, with another smaller sink for rinsing or a garbage disposal. Make sure both bowls are large enough to meet your kitchen needs. If you share kitchen responsibilities, consider two sinks. One can be used for food prep and the other for clean-up. An island or bar sink, usually a smaller single bowl sink, is the best option.

  • Features you really need

-Steep, straight side walls

Deeper bowls can accommodate soaking and rinsing large pots and pans. A relatively flat sink bottom increases usable bowl space and allows dishes and glasses to be safely stacked.

-Off-set Drains

Placing the drain to one side provides more flat space for stacking dishes and glasses and creates more usable space under the sink. Offset drains also allow water to drain, even if a large pan or tray is soaking in the sink.


For double bowl sinks, make sure the web divider between the two bowls is lower than the outside sink walls. This will provide overflow protection by allowing water to flow from one bowl to the other.

  • Countertop or undercounter

Undercounter mount sinks mount directly to the underside of countertop material. This installation provides a flush mounting making it easy to clean. When choosing an undermount sink consider what type of countertop you have make sure the edges around the sink opening can be finished.

Self-rimming sinks have rounded corners and mount on the surface of the countertop material. This is the easiest type of installation, requiring only adhesive caulk to seal the sink in place.

  • Faucet Type

The faucet you choose will dictate the number of holes you need in your sink. Choose your ideal faucet and then order the sink accordingly. Also consider additional holes for accessories such as soap dispensers and pull out hand sprays.

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How to maintain your ceramic basins

Orton ceramic sinks are generally very easy to look after because the surface is smooth, hard and completely closed. Herein, we are introducing you how to clean and look after your Orton  ceramic sink properly in order to retain its harmonious sheen and elegant looks.

Routine Clean& Maintenance

  • Clean your sink regularly to prevent a build-up of soap scum, grease and dirt.

Use a solution of 2 tablespoons of dishwashing liquid to a gallon of water. Scrub the sink’s surface using a soft non-abrasive cloth or sponge. Wipe the sink dry with a dish towel or other soft cloth to eliminate water stains. How often you should scrub a sink depends on how much use it gets: Scrub a bathroom sink after about 30 uses.

  • Protect sinks from scratches and stains.

Replacing a kitchen sink makes no small impact on your wallet. Once you’ve got a shiny new one in place, there are many easy things you can do to keep it in like-new condition:

  • Install a perforated plastic mat in the bottom of your sink. This will protect the sink’s surface from scratches and marks and will protect your dishes, too.
  • Don’t let fruit, vinegar, salad dressing, or other acidic foods linger on the surface of a porcelain enamel sink. Long-term exposure to acids can cause staining and could etch the surface.
  • Don’t use scouring powders to clean your sink. Instead, use the warm water and dish detergent formula we describe above.

Thorough Clean/Refresh

  • De-stain surfaces with lemon juice.

We’ve got a sure remedy for stained sinks: Erase those spots with a paste made of one-half cup of powdered borax and the juice of one-half lemon. Dab a sponge in the mixture, rub, and rinse with running water—it’ll work like a charm whether your sink is made of porcelain enamel, stainless steel, or any other material.

  • Use baking soda to clean

Sprinkle baking soda on any rust spots or stubborn stains. Rust spots will be most common on the base of the sink near the drain. Use the wet sponge to scrub the rust with the baking soda, creating a paste. Let the paste sit for 10 minutes.

  • Make your porcelain sparkle.

Here’s a trick that will bring back the gleam to a white porcelain enamel sink. Line the sink with paper towels and soak them with bleach. Let the towels sit for 30 minutes, then discard them, and rinse the sink with running water. Don’t use bleach on colored porcelain, however, as it may cause the color to fade. Use a mild liquid detergent, vinegar, or baking soda instead.

  • Use vinegar on your lime.

The white spots that you have so much trouble cleaning off the faucets are lime deposits from mineral-rich hard water. They’re very easy to remove with a secret ingredient that’s already in your pantry: vinegar. Soak a paper towel in vinegar, and wrap the towel around the spotted area. Wait 10 minutes and then buff with a dry paper towel. This works well on all fixtures except brass or colored fixtures; using vinegar on these surfaces may discolor them.

  • Keep your drain free of clogs.

Mix up 1 cup of baking soda with 1 cup of salt and 1/4 cup cream of tartar. Keep it in an airtight, childproof container. Every few weeks, pour 1/2 cup of the mixture down each drain, followed by a quart of boiling water. And of course, do your best to keep hair, soap, grease, food, and other debris out of your sink drains in the first place. Following these few steps should keep you clog-free! 


  • Remember to avoid contact of your sink with products that are high in acidity.
  • Do not use any dishwashing detergents or bleaches containing chlorine.
  • Do not use metal scouring pads on your sink, which can not only cause chips and scratches, but can also lead to discoloring on your sink’s surface.
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How to choose a bathroom sink?

Bathroom sinks come in many sizes, shapes, and colors. Not only the appearance, but also the material affect the style & practicability of your bathroom. What your bathroom sink is made of can affect its maintenance, durability, and, of course, style. From clay to woods to glass, understand the benefits of the different types of materials available for your bathroom sinks.


Ceramic is a type of pottery made of clay and hardened by heat. They are normally made by taking mixtures of clay, powders, and water, shaping them into form and firing in a high temperature oven, or Kiln. Features Extremely strong surface that is resistant to scratching, chipping and impacts , which makes them able to withstand the rigors of everyday use. Maintenance & Clear Ceramic is particularly hard, smooth, and completely sealed. Therefore, dirt is unable to penetrate the surface of the sink. This makes cleaning and maintenance extremely easy; simply wiping off dirt and dust with a soft dry cloth is adequate for daily cleaning. For a more thorough cleaning, we recommend using a gentle all-purpose cleaning product and a soft sponge or cloth. If you have a hand-painted or glazed ceramic sink, clean with a non-abrasive cleaner. Do not use bristle brushes or abrasive sponges, as they may damage the decorative surface. Do not let cleaners soak on the surface of your sink. Rinse and wipe with a soft dry cloth after use and cleaning to prevent soap buildup.

Natural Stone

Stone sinks are carved from a single block of stone. Each block of stone has its own distinctive traits including color variation, veining, minor pits, and flecks of minerals. Some sinks are completely shaped and polished, while other stone sinks are left with unfinished features for dramatic contrast. Features Each stone sink is created under natural conditions, making it entirely unique and be individual works of art. Natural stone sinks range in color and characteristics, which add upscale feeling to your bathroom design. Maintenance & Clear Because most stone is porous, it is important to take special care of your sink to protect against harmful substances. Upon receiving your sink, seal with Sealer. To retain your sink’s natural shine, reseal your sink once or twice a year. When installing your sink, carefully use silicone to seal the drain and use extra caution to keep the silicone away from the exposed sink area. Oil-based sealers or plumber’s putty should never be used on a natural stone sink. These products will stain the stone if applied near the surface of the polished basin. We recommend that you regularly clean your natural stone sink with a mild dish detergent or stone cleaner. After each use, wipe the basin dry with a soft cloth. Do not allow mineral deposits such as iron, salt, lime, or soap to build up on your sink. Refrain from using acidic household cleaners, wipes with harsh chemicals, or abrasives, as these will damage stone

Stainless Steel

Stainless steel resists bacteria and germs, and are able to withstand the tough scrubbing. Additionally, this type of sink can be paired with most countertop materials because of its sleek color and look.

Features :

Stainless steel sinks are handcrafted from heavy gauge stainless steel and are extremely durable, resistant to corrosion and staining, but can be scratched or scuffed when not cared for properly.

Maintenance & Clear :

To maintain the condition of your stainless steel sink, simply clean daily with mild soap and warm water, and wipe the entire surface dry with a dry, clean, soft cloth after each use. Keep sink free of any standing water to prevent the build-up of mineral deposits that can affect the appearance of your sink. Because iron particles often develop rust spots in stainless steel surfaces, do not leave steel cookware or utensils on the surface of the sink for long periods of time. Do not use cleaners containing acids, harsh chemicals, or abrasives. Use a Stainless Steel Scratch-B-Gone Kit to remove minor scratches and maintain the beauty of your stainless steel fixture.


This stone-like material is made of a poly-resin blend, known as “man-made stone” Resin is solid and consistently colored throughout. Because it can be cast into nearly any form or size, resin sinks and tubs are available