Narrow utility sink – Although narrow utility sink help care for heavy duty jobs around the house, as well as to provide a large storage space under the sink, they are not always the most pleasing to the sight. His strangely annoying water pipes and causes quite an eyesore to enter the room. A simple way to improve not only the overall appearance of the narrow utility sink and hide items stored is to create a sink skirt. Sink skirts are easy to make, striking and improve the overall look of any room.
Bordering a narrow utility sink, Measure the dimensions of the sink. When the height of the sink is measured, measure from where you want to place the foot in the sink to the ground. Choose a fabric that is washable. Clean the sides of the sink. This will remove any residue that may hinder the sides Velcro to adhere properly.
Place Velcro. Hem your fabric for a more sophisticated look. Iron the fabric. For a wrinkle-free appearance crisp, make sure the fabric is ironed smooth before applying the Velcro. Attach Velcro to the canvas. Make sure that the strips adhere properly using the Velcro already in the narrow utility sink. Align the fabric with Velcro on the Velcro in the sink and press firmly.