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About Apron Sinks

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Apron sinks first appeared in farmhouses more than 150 years ago. Dairy farmers needed plenty of sink space to pour out excess milk, and the apron sink's wide basin offered adequate space to safely drain the liquid. Today, apron sinks are popular in kitchens because they provide plenty of workspace to prepare meals in. More specifically, apron sinks are deep enough to fit large soup pots or entire baking sheets without spilling or splashing your ingredients during the cooking process.

Apron sinks are designed to allow people quick and easy access to their pots, pans, and dirty dishes. This means that people with disabilities or bad backs can use this style of sink without difficulty.