Kitchen Bar Sink 22 inch,Undermount, 18 Gauge T304 Stainless Steel, Satin Finish, with Strainer & Bottom Grid

(50 customer reviews)


  • Just the SINK you need – It has all the features you need, including real T304, 18 Gauge, R10 corners, Satin-finish, soundproofing, out-corner cut, etc, which satified all you need in use.
  • DURABLE – Handcrafted with real T304 stainless steel in 18 Gauge (1.2mm) thickness, making it indestructible, dent-resistant and long-lasting.
  • Free Accessories – Strainer, bottom grid and a LEAFLOAT branded tower are included.
  • Undermount – Easy and standard undermounting installation, mounting hardware kit and cutout template are provided.
  • Lifetime Warranty – All LEAFLOAT kitchen sinks are made in best-in-indudstry standard and provided lifetime warranty.

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SKU: LF-HS2218 Categories: ,
leafloat Workstation Kitchen Sink, Single Bowl, Undermount, 16 Gauge T304 Stainless Steel, Satin Finish, cUPC listed

Key Features

16 Gauge Thickness

The sink is real 16 Gauge, always 1.5mm thick, which is virtually indestructible and never chip or crack, thus saving a lot of maintenance or replacement cost.

A Quiet Sink

Extra-thick rubber pads cover over 80% of sink base to absorb noise from dish washing and waste disposal.

Satin Finish

Gently rounded R10 corners are easy to clean, stand up to coffee, wine and grease,highly resistant to dirt and grime.

R10 Corners

Gently rounded R10 corners are easy to clean, stand up to coffee, wine and grease,highly resistant to dirt and grime.

 Deep Bowl

Self-trimming apron overlaps the cabinet face for easy installation.

T304 Stainless Steel

Handcrafted from T304 stainless steel, the most durable material on the market that offers exceptional resistance to corrosion and rust.

Size Table
Outter Dimention(L)16 x (W)18x (D)10 inches(L)18 x (W)18 x (D)10 inches(L)20x (W)18 x (D)10 inches(L)22 x (W)18 x (D)10 inches(L)25 x (W)18 x (D)10 inches(L)28 x (W)18 x (D)10 inches(L)30x (W)18 x (D)10 inches(L)32x (W)18 x (D)10 inches
Inner Dimention(L)14 x (W)16 x (D)10 inches(L)16 x (W)16 x (D)10 inches(L)18 x (W)16 x (D)10 inches(L)20 x (W)16 x (D)10 inches(L)22 x (W)16 x (D)10 inches(L)24 x (W)16 x (D)10 inches(L)26 x (W)16 x (D)10 inches(L)14 ½ (W)16 x (D)10 inches
Package Includes
  • 1 x Dish Drying Rack & Bamboo Cutting Board
  • 1 x Strainer & Bottom Grid
  • 1 x Custom Tower
  • 1 x Cutout Template & Mounting Hardware

Most of the products are eligible for free shipping. We have multiple warehouses in Canada local market. Your package will be shipped out from the warehouse that is closest to your location, ensuring you will receive your package in the shortest time.
Handling time: 1-2 days maximum
Shipping time: 5-7 days


This item is eligible for 30 days return, exchange or refund, and life-time technical support.This item is eligible for 30 days return, exchange or refund, and life-time technical support.

50 reviews for Kitchen Bar Sink 22 inch,Undermount, 18 Gauge T304 Stainless Steel, Satin Finish, with Strainer & Bottom Grid

  1. candersonpdx

    Well, it didn’t really save us from a remodel, but it certainly lets us avoid it for a few years. The house is 25 years old and the original Kohler ceramic 2-basin sink was driving us nuts. The finish was hazy, the undersides of the rim were rusting (don’t ask me how), there were several old (bad) applications of silicone caulk around the edges, the disposal was on the prep sink side, forcing us to constantly manage a strainer on the larger basin side, the larger basin was too small to hold large pans, and we were constantly breaking dishes on the basin divider as we’d move to put them in the dishwasher.After months of looking and thinking we’d replace the sink as part of a remodel, I decided I wasn’t willing to wait that long. I researched several brands and retailers (including local brick & mortar) and decided to go with this unit from Leafloat (thanks Amazon for your wonderful review system). We chose it for the heavier gauge stainless, the low profile rim, the large single basin, the 4-hole design, and the 5-star rating.Everything came as described. Packaging is great, with the sink being enveloped in a large fabric protector. Instructions are simple and straight forward.We love the new look and the sink works great for daily use. We’ve lived with it a week and have no remorse. It even makes our tile counters look “not-so-bad”. And there’s this cool and ever-so subtle “V” on the bank sink wall under the Leafloat logo that you only see when you glance across the sink. It’s hard to describe, but we like it. All in, we’re liking our kitchen a lot more and don’t feel quite so compelled to immediately invest in a remodel. Amazing what a difference a well designed sink can make…I installed the sink last weekend. It’s really a 2-person job, but I managed it alone. My install took the whole weekend, but 80% of that was dealing with my specific kitchen conditions. If it had been a simple remove and replace, it could have been done in 2-3 hours. In my case, I had to remove and cut down a few pieces of tile from the counter widen the sink opening a half inch and make room for the Leafloat. I took the opportunity to replace two old cracked tiles next to the sink, then ground down all the grout on the adjacent counter, applied new grout, and sealed before installing.Tips for install: tape the mounting hardware to the basin before setting, to keep it out of the way while dropping into the hole. And figure out where your disposal and drain outlet will line up. I switched from a 2-basin and the new disposal location was right where the drain pipe came out of the wall. That added a trip to Home Depot and 3 hours to the job. We replaced the garbage disposal flange and gasket, but kept the old disposal. Looks new from the topside, still works great, and avoided a $200 upgrade.You can avoid all those things by hiring the job out, but I figure I saved $500 doing it myself.

  2. DjRuba

    I was a bit skeptical to purchase a sink online. I buy many things online but it’s mainly clothes, shoes etc. things that are really easy to return or carry to the store. The thought of not liking the sink crossed my mind before I ordered it and having to Re-package and ship it out made me really doubt if it was a good idea to buy it online. But I started reading the reviews and most of them were skeptics like me. They all said they were extremely happy that they took a chance on this sink because it was beautiful, high quality and an amazing value. I figured thousands of people couldn’t be wrong. So I took a chance myself! I’m so happy and delighted that I took a chance because this sink is really gorgeous. As soon as I tried to take it out of the box I knew I was going to need help because it’s heavy and that shows a lot of quality. My 2 sided sink was only 8 inches deep and now with no division and 10 inches deep it makes a world of a difference. The quality and design are superb and the sleek lines and thin edges make every corner count. I pile my dishes all day long including my blender, pans, pots and this sink holds it all. I definetly can say I love washing my dishes in this sink and everyone that comes over to my house wants to use it because they like it so much. This sink definitely gave me more than just space it revamped my whole kitchen setting. My kitchen looks updated and fresh! If you’re hesitating like I was please take a chance you won’t regret it!

  3. osvaldo garcia

    Perfect fit for what I was making in my workshop thank you very much

  4. Juan J. Casero

    I got this puppy installed yesterday (Sat 3/10/2018) and I have to say it is a beast! I purchased the 33×22 inch model unit and I am very happy I did. This is a great sink but there is some room for improvement. I don’t like the way the provided retaining clips angle into the sink as you tighten them down. In my case the sink fit the hole from my previous sink perfectly but very tightly. It mounted completely flush on either side so there was no possibility of side-to-side movement ergo I left out those clips. I managed to anchor 2 clips in front and back of the sink and I think that would do nicely to keep it stable. A bit of advice to those who purchase this sink….don’t try to fill it up with water. This is a large volume sink and unless you have granite counter tops or some other very hard surface the weight of water in this fully filled sink would crash through the hole mount and damage the plumbing in the sink cabinet. My kitchen is a lower end model with particle board and laminate counter tops. I don’t think mine would be strong enough to support the weight of this sink fully filled with water. It is not really a problem I think because most people would just use it to wash and rinse stuff with the water running and the drain open. I have a dish washer for doing dishes this baby was purchased mostly for my over sized cast iron enameled cookware and my large stainless steel pots. I gave it 4 stars because of the retaining clips issue but don’t let that deter you from buying this baby if you really want it. It is a solid design and they send it very well packaged a secured. It’s very unlikely to get damaged in transit.

  5. Ol’ Huck

    We bought this to replace the cheesy plastic sink installed in our Retro travel trailer. The shape is better, and it is deeper. Also, no issues with setting hot items in sink. I did have to saw out a small section in the cabinet counter so the 2 rear clamps would fit in. Be sure to wrap the threads w/ Teflon tape before dropping in sink. We didn’t. Big hassle. Also, run a bead of silicon on bottom of sink close to the edge before dropping in sink

  6. Kelly

    This kitchen sink is great of size, and perfect fit.

  7. Bryan

    We researched quite a while looking to replace our old porcelain, dual mount sink. We also have laminate countertops and all of our appliances are stainless; this somewhat limits our choices. None of the hardware stores in our area had what we were looking for. At first we were a little hesitant to order a sink online without being able to look at it in person. The number of high reviews are very good for such a new product so we decided to give it a shot. I am glad that we did.This sink is great! It is exactly as advertised; very high quality, thick steel. It was hard to find many sinks over 18 gauge but this is 16 and is quite deep. At 10¡± it is perfect. Any deeper it could be uncomfortable to work in and bend down for an extended period of time.The packaging was awesome. I was nervous about shipping such a big, valuable item but it was packed extremely well. Very high quality packaging. The cutout template was included in the box. Although we did not use it since we were replacing an old sink.Our old sink was the same size, roughly (33×22). The old sink had a rounded hole cut into the countertop. Luckily, we did not have to make any cuts into our counter for it to fit right, but it was pretty close. If you have an existing sink with rounded edges, you might get by without cutting at all. But this is not always the case.It comes with a nice drain and basket strainer although you won¡¯t be using them if you plan on hooking up to a garbage disposal, which you can with this sink. If you do install a new garbage disposal or use an existing one, you will need the pipe connections and disposal mount, so keep that.The rinse grid that it comes with seems to work well as already stated. It does help prevent scratching and such; however, it makes it slightly inconvenient since you have to use water to get stuff into the drain instead of just wiping some things. To keep it looking nice, you will have to remove the grid every so often and clean the bottom, especially the corners. It¡¯s not too bad though.So far, it has not scratched easily which is nice! As others have stated, the one thing that is not great is the angle of the sink floor. Water and food particles tend to sit comfortably around the sink edges. It¡¯s really not that much work to spray it towards the drain, but if you don¡¯t have a good spray nozzle this might be inconvenient for you.This sink is not undermount, so we can¡¯t expect it to be that easy to wipe stuff from the counter into the sink. The edge of the sink sticks up above the counter about 3/8¡±.Overall, the sink is great for the price. Very good quality and looks nice. It can seem weird getting something like this online, but really, it¡¯s simply just what it claims to be.Now, installing the sink was interesting. I¡¯m not sure if I could say anything bad about the design, I¡¯m definitely no plumber; however, I thought I would share some pictures and information about what I experienced. Keep in mind, I did not have to do any cutting in my countertop, so I¡¯m skipping that part.IMPORTANT! You will probably want to install your faucet FIRST before mounting your sink. This is a 10¡± deep sink and once its installed you have only a few inches to work with between you and the wall in a tight place, that goes up 10¡±. I was glad I did the faucet first when I had all the room in the world.Next, the instructions say to attach the ¡°mounting clips¡± to the sink. I¡¯ll talk more about those in a moment. You will definitely want these on the sink though before you lower it into the counter.The instructions said to place a ¡°rope¡± of plumber¡¯s putty along the bottom edge of the outside rim of the sink (the bottom edge that sits on the countertop). What this meant was to get some plumbers putty and roll in your hand until it¡¯s small enough to push up onto the bottom of the sink¡¯s outside edge. (SEE PICTURE OF PEN AND PUTTY)Now, the edge of the sink is really thin, perhaps as thick as a piece of cardboard. So this was not easy. Plumber¡¯s putty sticks better to my hand than stainless steel so this was a bit of a pain. It kept falling off. I don¡¯t have any magical tips for this. Sorry¡­After that we had to place the sink in the counter. Funny now that all of the edges that I would otherwise grab are covered in putty¡­ The only way I figured to do this without disturbing all of the putty was to get under the counter and hold the sink up from the bottom while I lay down, and then my wife guided it from the top as I lowered it.Now¡­ The mounting clips¡­ First, I read other reviews where people said they were fine without them. I noticed that while fiddling with the sink it would scoot some out of position, so I personally did not feel like the weight of the sink was enough. Also, silicon is a great sealant, but it¡¯s not really a strong adhesive; so I would not depend on it to hold your sink in place when you put it around the edge at the end. Thus, I opted to install the mounting clips.The clips work like this: as you tighten the nut on the clip, it pulls the sink down as it jams a bracket into the ceiling of under your counter. However, if there is too much space between the wall of the sink and the all of the counter these will not work so well. I¡¯ll show you what I¡¯m talking about.There are a couple pictures (SEE ATTACHED) of the clips on the sides of the sink looking up from the bottom. The two pictures where the side of the sink is very close to the counter wall is how it should look. You’ll notice that one is a pretty tight fit, it barely worked for me.The brackets are threaded. You can see now that as you tighten the bolt it pulls the mount down, which in turn pulls the sink down, and since the edge of that bracket is digging into the bottom edge of the counter there, it makes the sink really snug.Okay, so the tough part. If you look closely, this only works if the space is really tight. If there is no wall on either side, the bolt will start tilting to the side instead of pulling the sink down. Since the back of the sink has more space for the faucet stuff, the mounting clips did not work so well in the back for me. (SEE ATTACHED PHOTOS – note that the pictures of the back shows more room than others and includes a picture of what happens when a bracket starts to tilt sideways).As I tried to tighten it, it just leaned towards the sink and never got tight (SEE ATTACHED). So I figured I could get some adhesive and shove a 2×4 scrap wood in there and make it more tight. (SEE ATTACHED)I used Titebond polyurethane liquid glue (in a purple bottle). It is supposed to adhere to both metal and wood.So it¡¯s not perfect, but the mount is able to tighten now because it starts to press against the wood (SEE ATTACHED).From here, you still have to install your drain and caulk the outside edge of the sink with silicon. I just got some Kitchen, Bath, & Plumbing waterproof silicon and a calk gun. I put a bead around the edge about the thickness of a string of yarn and ran my finger around to push it into the edge between the sink and the counter more. Some places online recommended putting painters tape down on the counter almost up to the edge of the sink; I got by without it. If you like things really neat, it might be worth it. I would probably do that next time, but it turned out okay this time. The back of the sink was hard because the caulk gun would not angle right into the crack; I had to kind of smudge it in by hand. In hindsight, I might purchase a ¡°tube¡± of silicon instead of using a caulk gun, just because they are so much smaller and easier to handle. I probably could have gotten to the back of the sink just fine with that.You can see the finished product in 3 of the pictures attached (one is of the sink/garbage disposal/sewer connection, the other two are of the top of the sink).

  8. booklover

    We love this sink! Going from a double bowl to a single was so worth it. I went back and forth looking at tons of options and reviews before we ordered this one.This sink is huge. We can get multiple large Pyrex baking pans or the parts from my smoker inside the sink making clean up and soaking much easier. The rack for the bottom is great and protects the sink perfectly. The drain system is really well designed. My wife really wanted the disposal so I swapped out the drain and went back to the disposal with no issues. Advice – Use their included template for the cut out and it will install easily.The packaging was great, no damage at all in transit.Cons (minor and worth it)- It is stainless steel which is not perfect (scratches and shows water marks easier than others). The attached photos were taken at least a month after installing it to give you an idea. It cleans up nicely.- The sharp corners and flat bottom do lead to slower drainage. We have to spend a little more time spraying water to get the food debris down the drain but it is worth it.- Installation was a hassle. Going from a double to single sink requires more plumbing work and all plumbing requires multiple trips to the hardware store. The clips to hold it in do want to twist out of the way but it seems to be holding. A deep well socket was the easiest way to get it as tight as possible. My install would have gone easier if I had just used their included template for the cut out the first time rather than trying to make the opening as small as possible.In the photos I included a shot with the drying rack we ordered at the same time. I linked to it because we like this design so much but I’m sure something similar will work just as well.

  9. Connie J. Parkins

    I have a bar sink next to my stove. It leaked water into my pots & pans I have stored under there. I shut off the water to the sink & ordered this to replace it.

  10. JMom

    Is it possible to be in love with a sink? I replaced my old porcelain double sink with this magnificent specimen.It is so HUGE! I can’t believe it occupies the same footprint as the old sink (except deeper). Now, I can wash my large pots, roasting pans and sheet pans without a struggle. It’s very heavy gauge, and solid as a rock. I like that it comes with a quality grid, because it would not be easy to find one that fits so well. I use the sprayer to assist the drainage of food particles, but that issue is partly due to the zero corners – a worthwhile trade-off for more space. It’s also easy to lift up the grid to clean the sink. All you need for cleaning is a sponge or cloth and some non-abrasive cleaner.My sink was installed by a plumber, without the clips. It was such a perfect fit, I don’t think he could have installed the clips if he had tried. I have been using it quite heavily since the installation, including leaning on the edges quite a bit while I work in order to rest my bad back. The sink is totally sturdy and quiet.I had a new disposal installed, as well, so I don’t need the really nice drain and basket strainer. Not sure what to do with it.

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