Bronze Sinks

MR Direct offers bronze sinks that are made from pure bronze and finished with an aged or antique patina. Our bronze sinks are completely natural and do not contain any artificial paints or resin. Although other companies may offer “bronze" sinks, they are actually offering bronze resin sinks that are artificially made to appear authentic. These fabricated bronze resin sinks are merely sink molds that have been covered and filled with a mixture of bronze powder and epoxy resin amongst other various chemicals.

Our bronze sink selection offers a variety of options including undermount, topmount, and vessel sinks. Undermount sinks sit below the countertop without exposing the rim and are popular due to the glamorous appeal and functionality they offer. Topmount sinks are traditionally the most commonly used in kitchens. A topmount sink sits within a specifically cut hole in the countertop suspended by the exposed rim. Vessel sinks are free-standing, meaning that the sink sits directly on the surface of the countertop. They are popular choices because of their ability to transform your bathroom decor from ordinary to extraordinary.

Features & Benefits
Melted Bronze
Our bronze sinks are constructed by pouring melted bronze into complex molds that have been casted from wax or sand. Once the mold is dry, melted bronze is poured into the heated ceramic mold and left to set. When the bronze is ready, the mold is cracked and the sink within is removed and polished. After, the bronze sink is coated with one of our two patinas and baked to ensure the patina permanently adheres to the bronze surface.
Finish
Patina helps define detail and disguise minor scratches or blemishes that may occur to your bronze sink over time. It also ensures that the surface of each of our bronze sinks is unique and completely authentic. We offer a lighter, “aged" patina and a darker, “antique" patina. The patinas are "live" meaning they will continually work to subtly change the appearance of the bronze surface over time.
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Answers
  • Are your bronze sinks made of real bronze?
    Yes, our bronze sinks are completely natural and do not contain any artificial paints or resin. They are constructed by pouring pure melted bronze into complex molds casted from wax or sand.
  • Will the color of my bronze sink change over time?
    Yes, our bronze sinks are finished with an “aged" or “antique" patina that will continually work to subtly change the appearance of the bronze surface over time.
  • Why do your bronze and copper sinks have a patina?
    Patina helps define detail and disguise minor scratches or blemishes that may occur to your bronze or copper sink over time. Since bronze and copper will naturally patina over time, your sink will continue to look beautiful for years to come.
  • Do I need a special faucet and drain for a vessel sink?
    Yes, all vessel sinks require a vessel faucet and a vessel pop-up drain or grid drain. Waterfall faucets are available for all bamboo, glass, and stone vessel sinks.
  • How do I clean my bronze sink?
    • Keep Bronze Rich

      Polishing or abrasive scrubbing can strip your bronze sink of the hand-rubbed finish and patina. Use this tip to gently clean your bronze sink and avoid harming your sink.

      Instructions

      1. Cover sink with a mixture of mild soap and water.
      2. With a soft sponge, scrub around your entire sink in a circular motion.
      3. Rinse immediately with pure water and dry.

      Supplies Needed

      To achieve the best results, we recommend that you use Green Works® dish soap.

      Mild Soap

      Soft Sponge

      Microfiber Cloth

    • Revitalizing Bronze

      Although polishing bronze sinks isn’t recommended, you can wax your sink every one to three months to help retain luster and protect the sink against water spots.

      Instructions

      1. Apply wax to a soft cloth.
      2. Gently rub wax onto sink in a circular motion until sink is lightly coated inside and out.
      3. Allow to air dry before wetting sink again.

      Supplies Needed

      To achieve the best results, we recommend using Johnson’s Clear Paste Wax®.

      Wax

      Microfiber Cloth

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