Although I did install a sink in my TD, I have found that it is of little use. It's just to small. So I will be removing it at some point in the future. On that note, I have been thinking off an on about making or buying a portable sink.
I would like something that is low profile and easy to pack.
I like this one a lot, but it is a UK product and I have not found it in the US. I am not sure that the cost of shipping would be worth it.
I also really like Becca's set up too. If I could figure out a low profile way to mount a sprayer or faucet, then this would be great and probably more cost effective.
COPIED from this Thread Which has a lot of great info also.
CAJUN LADY wrote:
I built a dishwashing table for that same reason. I used a 2'x4' piece of birch, rotoziped the holes (over and over) until the rubbermaid pans fit in, put 3 coats of high gloss paint on it, put an adjustable leg and brackets and it works like a charm. I do have a dish drain pan for under the dish drain, just not pictured. I will cut finger holes in the table where the handles (pans) are because when they are full of water, they get snuggly and it is a little harder to get them out to drain them. I did find some pans that have drain plugs in them at Wal Mart but I had already cut my holes so I didn't buy them. But, they would be great to use with a 5 gallon bucket under them. Hmmmm...I might have to whip out the Rotozip again.
Here are some links to other Garden Sinks
http://www.gardeningwithease.com/gwe_po ... enter.html
http://www.drsfostersmith.com/product/p ... 22343413-2
Ebay Search http://shop.ebay.com/items/_W0QQ_nkwZGa ... R40QQ_mdoZ
If you have any Ideas OR Pictures please post them.