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[Lowe's] Transform Laundry kit - $249

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[Lowe's] Transform Laundry kit - $249

Decent buy for a tub
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Been using this one for the last 10 years, except they have changed the faucet since then. Cabinet and sink are the same though, and I would highly recommend stainless steel for a laundry tub. If you're like most people, you'll pour the nastiest stuff down the laundry tub (umm... only the stuff you're legally allowed to pour down the drain, of course...) and plastic tubs will stain and can crack or have deep scratches and you'll need to replace it every few years. With stainless steel, elbow grease and a metal scour pad will usually take care of anything.
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jm1 wrote: Been using this one for the last 10 years, except they have changed the faucet since then. Cabinet and sink are the same though, and I would highly recommend stainless steel for a laundry tub. If you're like most people, you'll pour the nastiest stuff down the laundry tub (umm... only the stuff you're legally allowed to pour down the drain, of course...) and plastic tubs will stain and can crack or have deep scratches and you'll need to replace it every few years. With stainless steel, elbow grease and a metal scour pad will usually take care of anything.
It's true, the name laundry tub does not really apply anymore. Who hand washes clothes in it anyway? The appropriate name is utility sink or utility tub.
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I got one from Costco for $349. It's more stylish but the Lowes deal is better.
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CDRoot wrote: I got one from Costco for $349. It's more stylish but the Lowes deal is better.
Costco's is also larger IIRC. I was comparing over the summer but ended up buying a plastic tub c/w faucet for ~$80 (on sale at the time).
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ji_hyun_jun wrote: Costco's is also larger IIRC. I was comparing over the summer but ended up buying a plastic tub c/w faucet for ~$80 (on sale at the time).
Costco's dimensions and price.
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I, too, bought the Costco instead of this one. I think it's worth the extra.
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jm1 wrote: Been using this one for the last 10 years, except they have changed the faucet since then. Cabinet and sink are the same though, and I would highly recommend stainless steel for a laundry tub. If you're like most people, you'll pour the nastiest stuff down the laundry tub (umm... only the stuff you're legally allowed to pour down the drain, of course...) and plastic tubs will stain and can crack or have deep scratches and you'll need to replace it every few years. With stainless steel, elbow grease and a metal scour pad will usually take care of anything.
Used car oil?
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TransporterSD wrote: Used car oil?
Why would someone want to do that, when they can drop it off at a recycling depot at no charge?
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ThaMan wrote: Why would someone want to do that, when they can drop it off at a recycling depot at no charge?
Same reason why people can't even wear a simple mask - they don't care about anything or anyone. FREEDOM FIRST! SAY NO TO MASK TYRANNY! <-------- selfish people
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ThaMan wrote: Why would someone want to do that, when they can drop it off at a recycling depot at no charge?
That was a happy joke bro. I leave them at crappy tire by the doors

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