There are a range of different sink styles to choose from. Each type of sink has its benefits, but the style you choose will greatly depend on the size, installation and how you will use it.
Your new kitchen faucet will primarily depend on the size and configuration of your new sink. First, determine how many holes are in your sink. This will narrow down your options to those that you will be able to install. Then, if you have a double or triple basin sink, you'll want a faucet that is large enough to reach all of the basins. Make sure your faucet is the correct size of the holes drilled in your sink and that the stream of water will land in the center of the basin.
Wiping your sink frequently with a clean, soft, damp cloth will keep away water spots. Occasionally using a non-abrasive polish will give your sink a deeper clean. Avoid abrasive cleaners or pads and chemical cleaners if your sink has a protective coating or custom finish.
When shopping for a metal sink, you'll notice that most include a gauge measurement. The gauge refers to the thickness of metal that it's made of. A lower gauge means a thicker metal.