Drain of a Stainless-Steel Kitchen Sink
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Add Points for a Brainy Drain

Some sinks come with drain assemblies and baskets, and some don't. There's location and design to consider too. Toward the back means more usable space in the base cabinet and better drainage when dishes are piled in the sink. A rear drain to the left or right—as seen here—is better yet.
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