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How To Shop For A Replacement Sink For A Pop Up Camper


Pop up camper sinks come in many different styles, colors, sizes and materials. Because of this, finding a beautiful yet functional sink can be quite a challenge. Whether you are shopping for a sink for your bathroom, kitchen or any other room in the camper, there are certain important factors you need to take into consideration.

The first thing you need to do is to choose the most appropriate sink size. The standard kitchen sink is 22 by 30 inches with bowls that are about 8 inches deep. However, depending on how you cook and the size of the camper, you can opt for smaller or deeper sinks. In the event that you are replacing an existing sink and maybe want to reuse the faucet, you should take into consideration the number of holes. Generally, kitchen sinks have 4 holes which are used for mounting faucets, sprayers and handles; however there are those that combine all these into a single hole and you should therefore confirm the setting of the sink.

You should also decide on the sink material that you prefer. Some of the common materials include stainless steel, composite sinks, enamel or porcelain over cast iron sinks, soapstone sinks, fiberglass and plastic as well. When choosing the material, you should check on factors such as weight, ease of maintenance, ease of installation as well as durability. If you are replacing a sink, it is always recommended that you replace with a similar sink so as to avoid any hitches or sudden surprises.

In addition to the above, it is also important to consider how the sink will be mounted. Some of the most popular include under-mount and self rimming sinks. The easiest units to install are the self-rimming even though they are a tad difficult to clean since dirt does collect at the seams. On the other hand, the easiest units to clean and maintain are the under-mount sinks.

Here are some of the more popular pop up camper sinks readily available in the market. They include but are not limited to the following:

1) Product Name: Corner Lavatory, White 14” by 14”

Product Price: $ 86.55

Product URL: https://is.gd/5AYg2k

Product Details: this plastic corner lavatory for your bathroom is without doubt one of the best in the market. Measuring 14 inches by 14 inches, the unit doesn’t hog space and is easy to install. The sink does have a 1.5 inches drain hole and is available in a variety of colors to complement the interior of your camper.

2) Product Name: Plastic RV Bowl

Product Price: $ 14.70

Product URL: https://is.gd/9NBChe

Product Details: this unit is a drop in oval lavatory sink that’s made of plastic making it very easy to maintain and clean. Measuring 17 inches by 20 inches, the unit is quite compact and can easily fit into a camper lavatory without occupying too much space. The unit is also quite light and yet very durable and is also available in a wide variety of colors as well.

3) Product Name: Oval RV Sink

Product Price: $ 83.32

Product URL: https://is.gd/F3MUZa

Product Details: this is a drop-in ABS acrylic capped sink that has a much brighter shine that’s unique to the unit. It is also resistant to stains and scratches, a much better option than plastic. It is also quite lightweight and easy maintain. The sink does also feature hold down clips as well as mounting hardware which makes the unit easy to install. The unit is also available in a wide variety of colors and shades such as white, nickel brushed and ivory. 

Q & A

1) Are there Specialty Kitchen sinks for campers?

Yes. There are several specialty kitchen sinks such as bar sinks, antique sinks and decorative sinks which one can opt to install. However, it is worth mentioning that some of the options available are quite heavy and bulky.

2) Which is the best sink material for your camper?

Weight of your sink is usually a big issue for many camper sinks. In this regard, light sinks are quite popular. Apart from plastic, stainless steel and fiberglass sinks, acrylic capped sinks are very popular since they handle scratches and stains better than plastic and are relatively light as well.

3) How do you maintain camper sinks?

Even though maintenance is purely dependent on the sink material, there are certain universal measures that one should undertake so as to ensure that the sink lasts longer. You should always avoid using abrasive cleaners or even allow soil, sand or dirt to be rubbed on the sink surface.



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