Clark Utility Mini Laundry Tub And Cabinet With Floor
A well-equipped laundry is the secret to an easy wash day, as well as an organised life! To build one that can be a trusty workhorse without breaking the bank, call on Clark. With 80 years of experience, Clark know how to deliver what your laundry needs to succeed: good-looking products that are built for purpose and built to last.
The divide between practical and pretty is over. Form is fused with function and people are demanding a good-looking laundry! Clark laundry tubs are utterly compatible with a stylish splash space. Flushline models fit seamlessly into whichever beautiful bench you choose, while combined tubs and cabinets offer neat storage for necessities not worthy of display, so you can keep your open shelves free for prettier things.
Of course, practicality is high on the must-have list and you’ll need a sink big enough to cope with your household’s needs.
The ‘Eureka’ cabinet has a generous 45-litre tub, and includes a handy child-resistant lock, while the ‘Utility’ has a 42-litre tub; both are big enough to tackle anything a busy family can throw at them.
If you’re short on space, the 310mm-wide, 25-litre square sink is ideal for a compact laundry while still being sizeable enough to cope with washday chores – or soaking dishes in a butler’s pantry. Then there’s the slender 16-litre ‘Utility’ mini tub and cabinet; at just 300mm wide, it lets you squeeze a sink (and storage!) into the narrowest of spaces.
Laundry sinks and cupboards need to be able to deal with plenty of tough treatment. With tubs in 304-grade stainless steel and cabinets in a rust-proof Permacoat finish, Clark’s Australian-designed and engineered products are designed to stand the test of time.
Take the first step towards a laundry revamp! Browse our full range of Clark tubs and cabinets.
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