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I started to install the kitchen sink and the drains. This is a double sink with two drains so it took a little bit more hardware to install.
In the morning I had my first ever coffee on the stove of my tiny house on wheels. This was such a great feeling to be able to cook in my tiny house. Many have doubted that I would even get this far. Honestly, I sometimes had my own doubts. Even my own friends and family were worried that I would not make it in time.
With a stove, source of heat and a sink, you have most of the comforts of home. All the rest can come later.
I am not a plumber so it took me a little longer than a professional I am sure but I figured it out and got it done.
I picked up everything I needed in one single trip to the hardware store. That in itself is amazing. I even replaced the two drains in the sink itself with the strainers.
The original sink drains were damaged and rusted, so I got new ones.
Since this is all new construction, I am flexible in how and where I install my drain through the wall. My idea is to go out the back wall, through the insulated battery box, which I will later build, and out into a storage tank under the house.
The gray water is good for watering plants and for the garden in summer. I will have a few plants in the house over winter and also I hope to have some cold weather vegetables this year.
I had to clean out the area under the kitchen counter and vacuum it so I could get to work. This had become a storage place for my tools and construction materials for building the tiny house. After I cleaned up the rest of the house, under the sink became the final storage area. Now I have to find somewhere else to keep my stuff.
I first test fitted the sink into the hole I had made for it. Then I removed the sink and put plumbers putty all around the edges where the sink will meet the counter top. This will keep out any water that may spill over out of the sink.
Getting the old drains off the sink was a huge job because one of them was rusted on quite badly. Fortunately the sink itself is all stainless steel and was not damaged at all.
Part two of my tiny home sink installation is on its way.
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