|Soap Stone Restoration|
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Soapstone utility sinks like the one pictured are very common in older homes in New England. Over 100 years of use, for many different purposes has left these sinks in terrible shape. Chipping, Paint, Oils, Grease, dirt, tarnish and neglect have covered up, and damaged the natural beauty of the Soapstone.
In the case of the Soapstone sink pictured, the Homeowner was remodeling their basement, and wanted to remove one of the sink bays, refinish, and repair, and move from the basement to the outdoors so that they may use it for potting and gardening.
Pictured is the Soapstone sink in its damaged condition with three bays, then the bay that was removed by Stone Seal, and finally after the sink was moved outside, and was refinished by Stone Seal.