MR Direct Debuts New, Long and Low Porcelain Vessel Sink

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The V1302 offers an expansive alternative in the bath.

The V1302 Porcelain Sink

The V1302 Porcelain Sink

The triple glazing and triple firing involved in making vitreous china results in the most durable, smooth, and stain-resistant finish available.

Yet another distinctive, porcelain vessel sink is being added to the MR Direct line of bathroom basins. Resting low to the countertop, the V1302 offers a long and bold presence with pillow-top styling. Durable, functional, and spacious, this latest in a long line of porcelain vessels is built to endure and will make a favorable impression in any bathroom décor.

The vessel designs in the existing MR Direct collection offer a broad cross section of styles. Whether circular or square, deep or shallow, wide or narrow; there is a vessel sink available to fit almost any customer’s need. The new V1302 model fills the oblong niche, with a plump perimeter and a high-gloss porcelain finish. Because of its all-over roundness, it presents a soft, appearance uninterrupted by any pre-drilled holes, excepting the centerset drain.

The MR Direct porcelain vessels are all constructed from a finer grade of clay and fired at higher than usual temperatures. This means they are considered to be true vitreous china, a superior grade of ceramic in the bathroom sink industry. The triple glazing and triple firing involved in making vitreous china results in the most durable, smooth, and stain-resistant finish available. Both brilliant white and soft bisque colorings are available.

Being a vessel-style sink, the V1302 model is designed to sit on the countertop and be appreciated for its unique styling. When installing, consideration should be given to the height of the vanity upon which it rests. Standard cabinets are designed for a recessed bowl, so a lower version is usually appropriate for a vessel sink. Regular cleaning with a mild soap and water is typically sufficient maintenance. Harsh abrasives and dropping of heavy objects should be avoided to protect the finish.

The V1302 will require a vessel-style faucet, available in numerous styles and finishes; as well as a grid or pop-up drain. More information on the V1302 vessel sink and its accessories can be reviewed by visiting http://www.MRDirectint.com.

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