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Kitchen sink covering tap hole / change position fragranite

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by skhudy, 13 Feb 2019.

  1. skhudy

    skhudy

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    Just put in a black franke kitchen sink. I think it's a composite granite material.

    Anyway did the sensible thing, rather than go with my thoughts I asked the wife which of the 3 tap positions did she want knocked out.

    She has now said she would prefer it in one of the other positions :mad:

    What can I get to cover the old tap hole when moved? Nothing cheap and plastic looking please! Ideally a similar material to the sink but doubt there would be anything?
     
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    A new sink?
     
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    A new wife?
     
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    Hand soap dispenser.
     
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    Fit a tap to the spare hole to supply filtered water :D
     
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    The bit you knock out of hole 2?
     
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    You can't move the knockout holes, the don't pop out - you break it, and chip it out.
    New sink - can't get another cheap one, it's silly money!

    I have seen a chrome "tap hole stopper" in screwfix for £1.79 which may suffice for now and look handy

    The filter water idea is good - wife just said she wants one!
     
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    She'll want a divorce one day... Said in the same manner! :LOL:
     
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