Outdoor Sink Station


This outdoor sink station keeps the dirty work in your yard and away from your kitchen. Clean vegetables, pot plants, and wash your hands at this convenient garden stop.

We like how small it is but we’d prefer a larger sink station that is suitable for watering larger pots and something more sturdy for the heavy weight of plants.

We suggest setting up a laundry room wash bin with a standard faucet as the ideal outdoor sink station. These wash bins are available at your local home center and you can find an outdoor table of the same height to keep next to it. Set up your hose nearby or use a sprayer with your sink for watering plants. This type of setup will last much longer than these smaller units as it is more durable and can handle the rigors of gardening and being outdoors.

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    April 21, 2015 at 1:42 pm

    Timothy, where do I find the sink pictured above…I cannot seem to locate it.

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    Alexandre Pimenta
    September 28, 2017 at 7:23 am

    Where the used water goes to? What is your suggestion for backyards that does not have a close/accessible sewer pipe?

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