I was in a class where we had a portable sink and it was a pain. You
have to have a tank with water and a tank in which to drain the water.
If you have to move it it would be extremely heavy . Most people let
the water run freely so you have an uphill battle trying to conserve
water--not conducive to cleaning up things really well. I'd prefer
having a wash tub and roll of paper towells.
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I happened to notice a free-wheeling sink (independent of any plumbing
hook-ups) at the NAEA commercial exhibition. I believe that it is made
Creative Industries with a clay studio in mind.... It seems that it is
pricey at something like $1200.00 but it is on my wish list for my home
studio (no sink there either).
Mary -("Up North" Minnesota and happy that the Red River won't flood
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