Assisted Living Double Bowl Stainless Steel ADA Sinks
from Just Manufacturing
Just Manufacturing’s double compartment stainless steel
sinks are ideal for assisted living installations and
today’s senior living environments. These ADA sinks
are only part of our line of application-specific Assisted
Living stainless steel plumbing products which include:
Just Manufacturing's stainless steel fixtures offer the benefits you need
because they are:
Just Manufacturing has one of the broadest product offering of sinks and
plumbing fixtures for Assisted Living projects in the building products
industry. Our broad product offering allows you to choose the exact model
needed for a particular installation without sacrificing cabinet or sizing
restrictions. And with our 80+ year track record, you can be assured that
service and reliability are a "Just" constant.
All Just Manufacturing stainless steel sinks are "Made in USA" with 100%
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We are constantly upgrading and improving our JIT
process to meet the needs our customers. Just-in-time (JIT) is
an inventory strategy that strives to improve a business's
return on investment by reducing in-process inventory and
associated carrying costs.
- Just Manufacturing provides unparalleled
commitment to JIT (Just In Time) in the
building materials product market.
- Just Manufacturing is your partner for
Just-in-Time sink inventory management.
- 95%+ off-the-shelf fill-rate so you have
fast delivery on your sink order.
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Maintaining the beauty of Stainless
Steel Sinks, the easy care way...
Much of the beauty of a ADA stainless
steel sink lies in its long-lasting wear and enduring good
looks. Follow these few simple steps, and your stainless
steel fixture from Just Manufacturing will retain
the original beauty for many years to come.
An ounce of prevention ...
|Forget the pound of cure.
Stainless Steel is easily kept stain-free with these simple steps:|
Since most soaps and detergents contain chlorides, Just recommends frequent
rinsing of your stainless steel sink, preferably after each use.
simple daily treatment with a weekly cleansing with an abrasive cleaner, ideally
Bon-Ami or Zud. Unlike porcelain sinks, durable stainless steel stands up
strongly to abrasive cleansers. Remember always to scrub in the direction of the
polish lines so that your efforts blend with the surface of your sink. For
a less aggressive approach, try cleaning your stainless steel sink with a paste
of baking soda and water. Rinse well and dry. Regularly drying your sink works
wonders to prevent water and surface rust marks.
Looking for that
extra sparkle? Use flour power to polish your stainless steel sink by applying
dry flour when the look you're after is a gleaming finish. Rub the flour in
the bowl with
a soft cloth, and then rinse and dry.
Club soda will do
the sparkle trick as well. After placing the stopper in your sink, pour some
club soda in and rub with a soft cloth. As always, dry with a soft cloth to
prevent water spots and surface rust.
Add some shine
with a few drops of baby oil. Wipe off with paper toweling and repeat for added
||Some things are best avoided: A
few DONT's for Stainless Steel sink care...|
Do not let soap
cleansers dry on the sink's surface. Rinse regularly to keep the chlorides found
in most cleansers from affecting the natural luster of stainless.
Steer clear of
steel wool pads. The iron particles that are left behind can lead to rust and
corrosion. For hard-to-clean projects, try a ScotchBrite scouring pad when the
job at hand requires a little extra effort, again in the direction of the grain.
steel and cast iron cookware in your sink for extended periods of time. Iron
plus moisture on top of stainless can lead to surface rust and staining.
Rubber dish mats,
wet sponges and cleaning pads are a no-no for a lengthy stay in your sink. Since
they trap water, discoloration and staining can result.
Just as you do
not use your cutting board to clean the dishes, do not use your sink as a
cutting board. Knives and other sharp kitchen instruments will naturally damage
the surface of your sink.