<< I am going to get a 22 gauge double sink >>
Flimsy sinks aren't worth even taking out of the carton. Drain and faucet
setting problems eat up the cost difference in a hurry. Get the heaviest gage
you can find and avoid all the hassles. HTH
Can you elaborate? The 22 gauge has a thinner metal, which may be more
flexable and noiser than a 18 gauge. But how can it cause a
drain/faucet setting problem? If I can connect the faucet and disposal
correctly, then what the problem will be in the future?
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