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    Darkroom Sink

    A 9 ft x 3 ft x 9 in. wood sink. The sides are 3/4 in. plywood. The bottom is 2 sheets of 3/4 in. plywood. Screwed and glued and caulked together and coated inside with marine epoxy paint - gray. Could use a re-coat. Drain hole is at back right corner. Standard size. Wood slats for trays included. Also water filter canisters. Very heavy & sturdy. No leaks. Also a heavy 9 ft. sink stand made with 2x4 posts and shelved (bottom) with 1/2 in. plywood painted dark green. Drying rack slots on right side. Presently in a storage unit in Livonia, MI. for the past year. Local pick-up only. Asking $300 OBO
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    Too far for me, but I like the cushion idea for the forearms on the front lip. Pipe insulation?

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    You're right George. In fact, I think I may have picked up this tip on this forum somewhere.



 

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