Stainless Steel Cabinet with fully integrated sink on right 150 x 61 x 90cm high


$1,849 inc. GST

This high-quality food grade stainless cabinet is the business. A sink for cleaning, plenty of space to work and last but certainly not least, plenty of storage space.


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Super strong cabinet with sliding doors and fully integrated sink.

• 2mm Thick food grade 304 stainless work top, with reinforced lining.
• 430 Grade stainless steel for the remainder.
• Feet are attached by a thick steel plate with 4 bolts – bloody strong.
• 2 Sliding doors.
• Adjustable internal shelf.
• 40 x 40 x 25cm sink with 40 litre capacity.
• Eco Friendly. Brayco Stainless Steel is made from 95% recycled materials.

** Tap not included. View the full range of taps at our sister website

All prices include gst.

Weight 206 kg
Dimensions 61 × 150 × 90 cm
Care & Maintenance of Stainless Steel:
While stainless steel is a highly-durable material, there are a few simple tips to keeping it clean and in tip-top condition. Well maintained stainless steel will last for decades.

General Cleaning Methods:
1. Polish or brush with the grain of the stainless steel. This will help to diminish marks or scratches.
2. Day to Day Cleaning - mild detergent and cloth or soft brush (no bleach). Make sure you rinse with clean water and wipe the surface dry. Harsh bleaches can permanently ruin any stainless steel surface. Detergent is fine. Specialist stainless steel cleaners are fine, but largely unnecessary.
3. Deep Clean – for a really intense clean, us methylated spirits or turpentine and then rinse with clean water and dry. Follow up with light rub of olive oil and polish with soft cloth.
4. Tea and Coffee Stains – Soak the affected area with boiling water and baking powder. Then rinse with fresh water and dry.
5. Rust Marks – We recommend using a proprietary stainless steel cleaner (such as a phosphoric acid). Please handle with care and ensure you rinse with clean water and dry carefully.
6. Limescale – Soak in boiling water with 25% vinegar solution, rinse well with baking powder solution and then rinse with clean water.
7. Paint – Paint stripper or turpentine, with nylon brush. Rinse well with fresh water and dry.

General Tips: : • Do not use steel wool brushes or scourers which have been used on ordinary steel as these will damage the stainless surface and allow rust to form.
• Don’t use concentrated bleach, hydrochloric acid or any cleaning chemical that has Chlorine. Chlorine is a corrosive chemical for all types of stainless steel.
• Don’t scrub against the grain of the steel.
• Do use a soft cloth and follow these guidelines for years of great stainless steel!

Any questions, give one of our team a call. 09 271 5000