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  1. Campervan Salad Bowl Sink
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  4. A campervan sink needs to be small, lightweight and, if you're on a tight budget, cheap. I spent a long time searching for the ideal campervan sink and eventually found a salad bowl in a shop. It's small but big enough to get a frying pan in, it's not too deep, medium-weight and very cheap. It has a mostly flat bottom, which is essential as it would make washing up difficult if it was too bowl shaped. I cut a hole in the bottom easily enough with my drill and jigsaw and a camping sink waste fits into the hole. I fitted the sink by placing it upside down on the oak ply worktop, drawing around it and cutting one centimeter inside the line...then siliconing the sink into place.
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  6. Since this photo was taken, I had a tap fitted to the read left hand side of the sink. I chose this position because I knew I would mostly operate the tap with my left hand while brushing my teeth. As a campervan sink doubles up as a kitchen and bathroom sink, you have to think about how you will be using it in several ways, plus on what side you will be placing washed crockery.
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  8. The sink's been in use for over two years now and has held up quite well. It's not perfect anymore but it still works and I'm happy I went this route. Little decisions like this have helped my van stay really lightweight....1.5 tonnes.
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