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Old 01-12-2017, 02:10 AM   #1
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Default Optimist or pessimist?

Just installed this today. So ... is the sink too small, or is the spout too long?
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look on the bright side if you have to wash the floor...
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Is the floor wet or 1/2 wet?


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How about a realist? That's a sh!t package combo.
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It was pretty easy to talk him into getting a bigger sink.
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What kind of faucet is that anyway??

Would they have a smaller spout for it??
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What kind of faucet is that anyway??

Would they have a smaller spout for it??
It's a Kingston Brass. They do have different shape spouts that could be changed out, but the sink size was really unuseable for a shop sink.
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