RV Bathroom Sinks Are Available In An Array Of Styles And Colors
Today’s modern motorhome was built to last for years and travel for many miles. However, the inside accessories and fixtures may not all last quite as long. If your bathroom sink is showing wear, or if you would simply like to upgrade, you will find that there are many RV bathroom sinks available so that you may choose the one that best suits your needs.
One outlet for new and used products, atomicmall.com, features a new RV Marine Camper Van bathroom sink. This white sink comes with all of the necessary hardware for easy installation. It measures 15 ½ inches long and is 6 inches deep, making it a great fit for many Class B vehicles from manufacturers like Itasca and Holiday Rambler. This product is for sale for $29.99.
One of the most popular retailers specializing in products for your RV or travel trailer is pplmotorhomes.com. Here you will find RV Corner Sinks in white or bone colored plastic. These sinks are 14 inches square and are great space savers for any RV bathroom. This product sells for $71.55 and is a great fit for any RV from manufacturers like Winnebago and Prevost.
The RV Stainless Steel Round Sink, available at pacificrvparts.com will install easily and be easy to care for. It measures10 inches in diameter and is 5 inches deep. It is a great replacement for the bathroom sink in your Class A, B, or C motorhome. You can purchase this aftermarket bathroom sink for $54.41.
Add an artistic touch to your motorhome bathroom with a contemporary sink that makes a style statement. The Xylem RVE180MSI Reflex Vessel Sink, sold at amazon.com is a beautiful, contemporary piece that is as much as piece of artwork as it is a functional sink. It is made of tempered glass and has a finished silver glaze. It measures 18.1 inches in diameter and would probably be best suited for Class C or Class A motorhomes. You can purchase this unique sink for $493.41.
A popular outlet that frequently boasts prices that are at or near wholesale, dyersonline.com offers the LaSalle Bristol 10-inch by 10-inch White Corner Lavatory Sink. The outer dimensions are 10 by 10 by 5, and the bowl measurements are 8 ½ inches long, 7 inches wide, and 4 ½ inches deep. It is made of durable plastic with a smooth finish for easy cleaning. You can purchase this sink for $39.98.
Twinsrecreation.com is another one of the reputable suppliers available that offers RV parts and supplies. Here you will find the RV Lavatory Sink. This is a standard oval shaped sink, measuring 20 inches wide by 16 inches long, and it comes in white or bone. It is made of glazed polyurethane, which is crack and scratch proof and is easy to clean. This is a great sink for any motorhome, whether it is a Fleetwood, Airstream, or Monaco. It is priced at $15.16.
Another simple yet elegant option is the Kinro Composites White Acrylic Bathroom Sink that can be found at mobilehomepartsstore.com for $29.97. This sink measures 13 inches long by 10 inches wide, but lacks a set up for a faucet. The faucet you use with this sink must be a counter mount appliance.
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