Stainless steel sinks can be divided into right-angle sinks and round sinks by the welding lines inside the sinks. Take a look at their differences to help you figure out the most suitable sink!
The four welding lines inside the right-angle sinks form an angle of 90 degrees. The craftsmanship of these sinks is relatively plain and a finished right-angle stainless-steel sink looks quite delicate and high-end. However, they are more difficult to clean. As time goes by, it’s easy to go brownish and even become rusted in the welding lines of the stainless sink by the accumulateddirty stuff.
Round stainless-steel sinks belong to upgraded products of the right-angle stainless-steel sinks. The four welding lines inside this kind ofsink are polished so that dirt won’t be collected here and it’s not easy to go black. They not only inherited the advantages of plainness and elegance of right-angle stainless-steel sinks but also refrained from the cleaning problem.
Compared with the round stainless-steel sinks, the right-angle stainless-steel sinks were added one more process. Therefore, right-angle sinks are usually a little bit cheaper.