I have been so busy here is a pic of my sink
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that's what I'll do with one of the extra sinks that are out in the front yard..put it right up next to the spigot for the hose...very cool.
Your dish detergent says it all! lol Great idea for a pretty pedestal sink!
I'm agreeing with the dish soap too!!! It just "Dawn-ed on me that I could make one of these too!!!lol! Maybe I'll grow a "Palm-olive" tree beside it...I kill me...must be all the "sunlight" I got today....I'm on a roll...heh heh!
Very funny Calamity!! The sink looks great! I'm sure it will bring you lots of Joy & less dirt in the house. I like using 1 of those all nylon scrubbers(no sponge) they are flat & about 6x8 in. (get several at 99 cent store)& I sometimes cut them in 2. They get lot of dirt off your hands if you have been weeding. It gets in the fine lines . I also use them to scrub potatoes for baking or even cleaning an orange,lemon, watermelon or cantaloupe before cutting into it. Birds can mess on them etc. I use soap on the rinds too. Jan
Does the water Cascade right into the bowl, LOL
That Calamity when she gets on a roll,,,,,,,can't stop her! HeHe
Ah Bon Ami!
How cool that you found a sink shaped like a flower!
Your "SOS" is loud and clear. Knew I should have saved that old sink from Dad's place.
For my hands after weeding I use a small scrubrush, especially the nails. I get right down and dirty and when I had to go to work it was necessary. Gardeners soap was not enough.
I hope a Mourning "Dove" doesn't mistake your lovely sink for a birdbath...but if she did, she would find "Joy" while bathing!
Great garden sink, nanatricia! Every gardener needs one of these...and I don't have one (yet)! TFS! Jeanne S.