When scrapping, you will often come across Stainless Steel scrap. It can be mistaken as regular steel, but be sure to use your magnet to identify the metal. If the magnet does not stick, you most likely have Stainless Steel and you can expect to get better Stainless Steel Sinks Scrap Prices than other steels. Most stainless steel sinks have a steel ring around the bottom; those will be bought at a lower price than clean stainless steel. Stainless steel prices can be found on the iScrap App.
How To Scrap A Sink Correctly
Your local scrap metal yard may list their prices for stainless steel sinks, or you could get their phone number to call. If you have all of the brass faucets attached to the sinks you absolutely want to remove them and you can sometimes make more money off of the brass then the whole sink itself! If you have a large amount of stainless steel sinks from a construction job or remodel, the iScrap App can also help you schedule a pick up with a scrap yard near you. See more Scrapping Videos here.
Yards around Seattle, WA that accept Stainless Steel Sinks