Taking out a stainless steel sink can be worth a good chunk of change at a scrap yard. When you are looking to make an extra buck on the stainless steel sin, be sure to remove the steel ring on the outside and drain from the bottom to make more money. Take a hammer and chisel and hit away! Be sure to also save the Brass drain for your drain pile.
Below we have the tutorial video on how you can scrap a stainless steel and what kind of materials to expect on one once its removed. The stainless steel sink can have steel, rubber, caulk, and brass on it as well. The more you remove these other items, the higher price you will receive at your scrap yard when scrapping. Make sure to clean up the access materials from the sink and get the highest stainless steel price you can get.
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