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Koozzo 33-Inch Farmhouse Ceramic Kitchen Sink, Single Bowl Farm

$604

Koozzo 33-Inch Farmhouse Ceramic Kitchen Sink, Single Bowl Farm

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Product description

Size Name:Single bowl, 33"x20"x10"

This Koozzo ceramic kitchen sink features a streamlined in-front apron with a simple, stylish design and a baked-on gaze for a glossy finish. Crafted from high-quality ceramic, this sink is stable and extraordinarily durable. With a smooth surface, the sink is also scratch-resistant and easy to clean, making the space exceptionally hygienic.

Specifications:
Material: Porcelain
Color: White
Bowl: Single
Overflow: None
Installation: Undermount

Features:
- Size: 33" x 20" x 10"
- Farmhouse/apron installation style.
- Multi-layer glazing smooths the surface of the sink for easy cleaning.
- Advanced technology significantly reduces odors in the kitchen.
- The raw material is of high quality and environmentally friendly.

Koozzo 33-Inch Farmhouse Ceramic Kitchen Sink, Single Bowl Farm

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