RCD has a problem!
After painting the floor in our 1/2 bath with a checker board rug that I absolutely love (found here),
I have decided our copper sink in there is a complete nightmare.
We purchased it a couple years ago,
installed it ourselves (well I didn’t, but Rick did),
and then I ruined it.
I admit it…
I didn’t take the time to read how to
properly take care of the sink.
I used a copper cleaning spray
that turned it into some kind of green monster.
Then I sanded it thinking it would help.
I know I get a little crazy sometimes with sandpaper!
I mean this thing is really ugly now.
Here’s a peak:
that keep coming back .
The real problem is that we had to cut the original hole in the cabinet to fit this sink, so now our hole is rather large and doesn’t leave much room for the faucet.
I love the faucet and hope to keep it.
So I either have to do something with this sink, or find a sink that is a 17 inch drop in with a narrow lip
so the faucet can still fit.
I think a brown glass sink would look great,
but to find a drop in with a 17 inch diameter is impossible.
I have had enough of copper.
What I would really love is if I could spray the sink with something that would hold up and look nice. I spray paint everything, but I don’t think it would work with the water.
Do you have any suggestions?
Possibly something easy & affordable?
I would love to hear some!
Thank you 🙂