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finely my sink

Posted by nanatricia (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 25, 10 at 22:42

I have been so busy here is a pic of my sink
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v358/nana7/sink001.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v358/nana7/sink001.jpg

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Another pic

Here is a link that might be useful: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v358/nana7/sink002.jpg


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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.


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Your dish detergent says it all! lol Great idea for a pretty pedestal sink!


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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!


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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


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LUV IT!
Does the water Cascade right into the bowl, LOL
That Calamity when she gets on a roll,,,,,,,can't stop her! HeHe

Nanagrandma


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Ah Bon Ami!
How cool that you found a sink shaped like a flower!
Kathy


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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.

Betty


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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.


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