As of today, silicone caulking is a more modern product, while plumber’s putty is the more traditional method. However, both (in most cases) will suffice when fixing minor leaks in doors and windows
Yes. Silicone adhere to 304 stainless steel surfaces that are flat, about 2″ wide x 2″ long.
Yes. The stainless steel sinks can be caulked using silicone caulk. It is so strong because it holds up very well even on non-porous surfaces such as metal, including stainless steel, in terms of durability.
Nevertheless, the Kraus sinks are able to tolerate higher temperatures compared to the Blanco sinks. As long as you are able to find a sink that suits your needs and is both of the appropriate size and color for your new kitchen, Kraus is a great option. In case you want a different color or…
Kraus Satin finish provides dust resistance, but can easily be scratched because of its surface.
Generally speaking, Kraus is a good and reliable brand. I am happy to report that they have excellent products.