What are Mustee sinks made of?
General: Furnish and install as shown on plans a Countertop Sink Model 10 as manufactured by E.L. Mustee & Sons, Inc. Material composition shall be molded fiberglass, using matched metal dies under heat and pressure. One-piece, seamless construction with self-rimming edge and complete 1-1/2” drain assembly.
Where are Mustee sinks made?
With the ability to offer a variety of product options, proudly made in the USA, we can fit our customers’ vision.
What size is a utility sink?
Utility sinks may range in size from 8” deep to more than 24” deep. For farmhouse sinks, also get the exterior depth by measuring the depth, or height, of the exposed apron-front side.
Who makes the Utilatub?
EZ-FLO El Mustee 19F Utilatub 18-Gallon Floor-Mount Laundry/Utility Tub, 34 X 20 X 24 In, White
How deep are laundry tubs?
Laundry room sinks should be big enough for their planned uses but small enough to fit within the allocated space. Bigger than other household sinks, laundry room sinks are rectangular shapes that are both deeper and wider. They average around 23 inches in width, 20 inches in length, and 13 inches in depth.
How do you get stains out of a white sink?
Sprinkle a few Tablespoons of Bar Keeper’s Friend powder in each side of the sink. Add enough white vinegar to make a paste. Scrub this mixture all over the sink and rinse. Rub the whole sink down with a small amount of bleach and quickly rinse.
How do you restore the shine to an acrylic sink?
- Dilute ordinary household bleach to a ratio of about 1 tbsp. to 1/4 cup water.
- Dip a cloth in the bleach solution and press it over the spot like a poultice for a few minutes.
- Wash the sink as previously described.
- Rinse the sink very well with cold water to remove all traces of soap and bleach.
Can a food worker wash her hands in a utility sink?
Restrooms are notorious for harboring pathogens, and the restrooms at restaurants are no different. When food workers use the restroom, they should always wash their hands in the restroom sink and then wash them again at a hand washing sink before continuing their duties. This practice is called double handwashing.