Well, it's GE so... yeah probably not high quality.
Unlike the last one though it's got three spray arms and the heating
element gets blazin' hot so self dry, sani-cycle etc. work great. It
actually works pretty well.
If I were to find any fault with it it would be that the tub isn't
perfectly square so you can see the lip around the edge "bulging" and
also the racks aren't made of stainless so when the coating peels
they'll rust. Other than that it's pretty acceptable.
replace "roosters" with "cox" to reply.
From memory, sound 'stops' and gets reflected at a boundary between
dissimilar materials. Therefore for best sound 'stopping' consider
alternating layers of material, rather than relying on one, single
THICK layer of something.
stainless steel sink - contact cemented lead foil - rigid fibre glass
epoxy layer - adhering lead foil, etc ...or
ss sink - rubbery layer - lead foil? rigid layer? - rubbery layer and
Anyway, you get the idea is that each layer reflects back a percentage
of sound, after a few layers, not much gets transferred, almost all
the sound energy gets lost in the dampening material, in the rubber or
It looks to me like this guy spammed us 7 years ago and now he needs
business so he's spamming us again.
For practically nothing, one could 5-minute epoxy a 1x2 from one half
the sink to the other. That will suppress 90% of the noise. A sink
has no engine that runs all the time like a car, nor does it have to
keep all of its noise in, or out.
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