My soap dispenser vessel has completely rusted out. It started rusting from the inside out almost immediately. How can I locate a replacement soap container that will fit. Hopefully a plastic one so it doesn't happen again.
Good Product. I would recommend this to anyone wanting a deep sink....
This scratch-resistant double bowl stainless steel kitchen sink set boasts undercoating and padding that reduce unwanted noise and condensation, adding professional functionality to your kitchen. The faucet's single-handle design is simple yet elegant.
ITEM#: 12685964Spacious double bowls and a unique pullout faucet make this sink combo from Vigo an excellent choice. Update your kitchen with the stainless steel styling of this sink, faucet and dispenser set.
- Construction: 16-gauge premium 304 stainless steel
- Finish: Scratch resistant satin
- Drain placement: 3.5-inch rear standard
- Installation: 1/8-inch reveal or flush
- Corners: 25-mm radius covered-corners
- Exterior dimensions: 29 inches wide x 20 inches long
- Interior dimension of each bowl: 13 inches wide x 18 inches long x 10 inches deep
- Functional drain grooves
- Depth: 9-7/8 inches
- Required interior cabinet space: 31 inches
- Sound-eliminating condensation-inhibiting undercoating and padding
- Faucet type: Kitchen
- Number of handles: Single-handle
- Faucet finish: Stainless steel
- Faucet type: Dual pullout
- Handle shape: Lever
- Spout reach: 8.5 inches
- Faucet height: 13-7/8 inches
- 360-degree swivel spout
- Water pressure tested for industry standard
- All mounting hardware and hot/cold waterlines are included
- Retractable spout expandable up to 30 inches
- 2-hole installation with soap dispenser
- Standard 3/8-inch plumbing connections
- 2.2 GPM flow rate
- Ceramic disc cartridge
- Stainless steel dispenser
- Fits 1.5-inch hole
- 3.5-inch spout reach
- Model number: VG15028
Certified and listed by UPC, cUPC, CSA, IAPMO, ANSI and SCC
|Style||Dual Sink & Faucet Sets Undermount|
|Material||Ceramic Stainless Steel Steel|
|Length||Less than 18"|
|Width||20 - 31"|
|Number of Bowl||Double Bowl Single Bowl|
|Number of Faucet Handle||Single Handle|
|Number of Faucet Installation Hole||Single hole|
|Bowl Depth||9 inches or More|
|Number of Basin||Double Basin|
|Number of Hole||2|
|Product Features||Includes Hardware|
|Sink Drain location||Center|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Limited Lifetime|
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Good Product. I would recommend this to anyone wanting a deep sink.Read More
Great buy! Never thought I would get a set like this for my budget. It is very good quality and I am very happy I got it.Read More
We are very pleased with the sink. The plastic plumbing connectors should be replaced with metal. The sink scratches very easily - the first pot we washed in the sink scratched the surface significantly - but it is a sink and otherwise is an excellent product. It looks great, it was shipped in a very sturdy container and came with all listed parts.Read More
I'm not in love with this sink/faucet combo. The faucet is so high up that it splashes constantly. The sink spots easily, so we wipe it dry after every use. The basins are very deep, which is nice, but they are too narrow. My large pans do fit, barely, but I really wish I'd gotten one shallow basin and one deep one. The sink is so deep that I have to fill the soap dispenser from the top rather than remove the soap container, refill and re-screw it in, as its designed. There's no easy way to reach behind the sink to unscrew the container. It's not too big a deal, except I'd like the ability to remove it to wash it once in awhile. Overall, I would not purchase this combo again. I would select the faucet seperately and I would get a shallower basin.Read More
Purchased this for our kitchen remodel. We sold the faucet and went with a nicer stainless one. Nothing wrong with the faucet that comes with the sink, but it had a rubber/plastic section that we didn't care for and is being separately sold on Craigslist. The sink is a very nice size and looks great in our house. The plumber said that the 2 drain pieces connecting the sink to the plumbing are cheap plastic and recommended a stronger one, but we went with what it came with. The metal gauge is correct (visibly) and after 1 month of use, there is no discoloration or staining. The insulation, sound deadening material on the bottom of the sink is relatively thin compared to what we have seen, but again, I can't tell a difference. What really stopped me from giving it an excellent rating is that the sink pieces were loose in the basin of the sink when we opened it up. There were minor scratches on the edge of the soap dispenser (came out of it's own box) from rolling around. Plus one of the edges/lips of the sink was bent downward. The Plumber straightened/flattened it out and added more caulk/sealant on that area, but you can tell after being placed under the granite. In the end, you really cant beat the price, but don't expect high end quality. It's one set below it.Read More
Both the contractor and the gentlemen who is installing the counter were impressed with the sink. They expressed that I got a good deal. It will be installed tomorrow so I can speak more clearly to its virtues.Read More
Product arrived damaged due to shhipping. Overstock sent new replacement almost immediatly (after first phone call to customer service). Overstock kept me informed as to the status of the claim and status of the replacement item. I couldn't have expected any better service and attention to the problem.Read More
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what is the exact color of sink & faucet
Thank you for your question and I apologize for the delayed response. This lovely sink set is stainless steel color.
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