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FrankoToo

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Posted: 04/09/19 11:28am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Hi All.

The wife and I are entertaining the idea of trading in our current 5th Wheel TH for a smaller Class A or C. While shopping on line, I noticed a couple different models with small round sinks in the kitchen. Just wondering from those of you that have this setup, how well it works? Seems kinda small but maybe that's just me.

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It all depends on how much cooking you do, how often you wash them. We have two sinks but end up using just the one. We basically put the soap on the sponge and wash the dishes in the sink, then rinse them in the same sink. It may take two “cycles” to get them all done, but not a big deal. Each of our sinks look larger than what’s in the photo.. BTW we never bake anything (oven is used as an expensive bread box) so not much need to soak the dishes.


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we have two, and use both.

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Depends on how long you camp, how many dishes you have etc. One sink = one place to wash and rinse in the same area, and finding a separate place to dry. We had one like that. It's a bit of a pain but at the time we only camped a weekend a month or so , so it was manageable. If you spend considerable time in your RV, it's a hassle. But I wouldn't make it a deal breaker if I liked a lot of other things about the RV. AS with all things, it could be changed to a double if you're fairly handy.


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Posted: 04/09/19 02:59pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Our previous camper had a small, thought not round, kitchen sink. It was most certainly a pain to wash dishes.

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It would be a deal breaker.





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I do the dishes and I need two sinks!


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Posted: 04/09/19 05:34pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Our B+ has a rather deep round sink that is probably 14" across (maybe more). It took getting used to after having 2 full size sinks in our Class A. What I do is use a small round basin in the sink to cut down on the water usage. I also use a drain rack and mat on the counter to hold the wet dishes. Works well for us. We cook most meals in our RV and do extended trips. We have lots of storage space so no problem storing the basin etc.


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Thats just enough sink to say " the motorhome has a kitchen sink". Enough sink to dump the coffee pot or wash your hands but thats about it. Too small for me.


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When I glanced at the photo I thought you took a picture of a bathroom sink.

That will never do. What brand RV was that in?


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