Concrete ramp sink with slot drain(close up of slot)

I took these pictures for Miriam to show what a slot drain is. Also, the sink is finished and ready to be sent to its new home. Unfortunately, we are not installing this one so i may or may not get pictures back after it is installed. I hope i do, i really like this one.
This is sideways, turn your head. It is a sideways view straight down into the slot drain

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1 question
  • Paige Harden Kolm
    on Jun 26, 2018

    Are there different colors of concrete available for a 60" vanity top with single concrete ramp bowl approx 36" wide?

    • Lucy
      on May 5, 2020

      It may be two years too late but you can change the colour by using high grade liquid dye’s or powder pigments and you won’t lose any of the cements strength. Hope this helps your future projects.x

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  • Miriam I
    on Jun 20, 2012

    Good questions, Sharron.

  • Burco Surface & Decor LLC.
    on Jun 30, 2012

    These are pretty much a bathroom sink, Ive never put one in a kitchen. Thats not to say we couldnt make a much larger version for the kitchen, i just dont think its the most practical sink for kitchen use.

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