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Old 05-05-2015, 09:26 PM   #31
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They are pretty nice, heavy and the top side is textured. Might have to use a cutting board on top of them! Don't want to scratch them...lol or I think I might use one as a template and cut one out of a cutting board like NVGun40 did. Did you drill a hole to lift them out of the sink?
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They are pretty nice, heavy and the top side is textured. Might have to use a cutting board on top of them! Don't want to scratch them...lol or I think I might use one as a template and cut one out of a cutting board like NVGun40 did. Did you drill a hole to lift them out of the sink?
Yes, I drilled holes to utilize lifting them out of the sink. The large one is a 3" x 3/4" that fits three fingers and the small one is a 3/4" hole. I am not thinking of getting one large cutting board and cutting that to fit instead of having two. I posted pictures on my profile of the finished product.

My thought process the whole time was to have sink covers that would double as cutting boards.
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Got my sink covers today. Picking up our X213 tomorrow.Attachment 17952

That's exactly what I want. I wish the company was more cooperative. Still don't get why they wouldn't ship to me using postal service.

As an aside, I thought people said theirs had slots in them? Did they change them? And do you know if they will take heat? Might be a nice spot for a hot pot if they do.
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My TT didn't come with them either. Trying to decide how much I would use it. Maybe for the added counter space.
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If you call a few local cabinet shops, you will find some that fabricate Solid Surface (ie Corian type) products. Take a template to them and they can fabricate sink covers for you. I did that often when I had my company.
As far as heat, no plastic will stand up to a hot pot. Also, if draining boiling water, turn the cold water on and pour the hot water into the stream to temper the water, hot water can cause issues with the plastic sinks.
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I just added them to my order. They were $40 for the X254.
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As far as heat, no plastic will stand up to a hot pot. Also, if draining boiling water, turn the cold water on and pour the hot water into the stream to temper the water, hot water can cause issues with the plastic sinks.

Well I wasn't making the assumption that they were plastic. I have some cutting boards at home that are pressed fibres of some sort and have a similar look. They can take a hot pot.
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I have some cutting boards at home that are pressed fibres of some sort.
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Attachment 17977 I like em.
We have these in our X23B and the DW loves 'em! It adds to the counter space, and she uses them as a cutting board as well.
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