Cheapest ones I've been able to find start at about $85 and go up to the
top, the very top!*
So I went to Hobby Lobby and bought a resin bowl for $4, drilled a hole in
the bottom, and I was good to go. Flower pots would seemingly also work;
they already have a hole in the bottom.
Am I missing something?
* Examples (best be sitting if you look)
On Apr 11, 10:18 am, email@example.com wrote:
Along with overpriced washers and dryers, stainless steel kitchen
appliances, microwaves over the stoves, useless kitchen 'islands',
double built in ovens (for huge family gatherings once in a decade),
ugly granite/stone counter tops, high maintenance decks, and all the
other trappings of a credit card debt ridden society that has no way
of paying for the new entitlements being rammed down the throats of
the gullible public. Adding to the misfortune is the fact that hardly
any of the junque on the market now can be handed down to the less
fortunate as in the past. So it goes to the leaking landfills and the
poor get poorer, still believing that Washington knows what's best for
I have to admit: I like the way some of them look, sitting there on
display at the Borg. Some of the glass ones are really pretty.
But they cost a ton, as you've pointed out, and they're a maintenance
nightmare, as others have.
I'll just buy a glass bowl and look at it, or serve chips in it or
And stick with my one-piece vanity top and sink.
People really are sheep.
HomeOwnersHub.com is a website for homeowners and building and maintenance pros. It is not affiliated with any of the manufacturers or service providers discussed here.
All logos and trade names are the property of their respective owners.