Sunday, September 19, 2010

New Sink Drain

Thanks for the head's up on the soap dispenser.  It does screw into the pump from below, but I will keep an eye on it and make sure it is secure before more thing to add to my check list....LOL!  Thanks to all of you that comment.....I do appreciate it.  I will also keep everyone up to date on the 'Big Foot' installation.  I'm hoping I will be allowed to take some photos during the installation process for you.
And here is another project we can check off our stainless steel sink drains.  Our fiver has a corian sink and came with white plastic drains.  It didn't take long for them to, we decided to replace them with stainless steel.  The installation was fairly simple and we love them.....clean and spark-a-lee!  Now, if we could only replace the white corian sink.  We hate it.  I'm constantly cleaning the thing.  We also found that we are not terribly fond of our corian countertops.  They are very soft and scratch at the "drop-of-a-hat".  Now, they look great....but catch them in the right light and you can see all those little scratches.  I know they will 'buff' out, but within a few weeks we will be back to square one.  We had no idea they were so 'soft'.....and we are very just doesn't take much at all.  I know we will eventually replace both the sink and the countertop.....but that is way down on the "to-do" list. 

The painting I'm doing for the Wildlife Center is almost done.....I'll post a photo next time....til then....stay safe and happy travels....


  1. I prefer stainless steel sinks and drains. White is a real pain in the neck to keep clean. I've never had Corian, but thought it was supposed to be just about perfect, although white might not be the best choice. It just goes to show that the person(s) who design RV's probably never have lived in one, nor have they had to maintain them.

    I'm looking forward to seeing the painting.

  2. I'm sure "Brave Heart" will be a hit. Sight unseen...I'm sure it's a beautiful painting.


  3. We want big foot levelers too. Keep us posted on the process and what you think about them.

    Stay Safe


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