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Unread 04-23-2012, 03:46 PM   #1
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what are you using during a comp for a sink? I cant imagine you bringing a sink :)

how are you doing any cleanup in between?
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Before getting my trailer I was using a coleman water heater and three gray bins for washing dishes.
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what are you using during a comp for a sink? I cant imagine you bringing a sink :)

how are you doing any cleanup in between?
We bring a sink. The legs are removable. Coil the hose up in the basin when not in use.

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I bought a utility sink of craigslist for $25 just like this one. I also got very lucky and had a friend give me a small hot water heater. Together they are magical. Though just having a sink is great.



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wow you do bring the kitchen sink.... thats awesome..ok I need to look at a setup.
So I imagine you bring the extra buckets for the old water to then dump in the correct area
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First of all, sorry I didn't have a chance to say hi in Winchester and congrats on your calls! I looked for you, but didn't see you during the event and cheared you on at awards:)

Anyway, my teamate and I have talked about getting a sink several times and it came up again in Winchester. One of the things that keeps holding us back is....what do you do with your grey water? Do you have a container under it to catch? Hope you're on the outside or close to a drain and run drain hose? The three-tub sink works for us because we don't use (and have to dispose of) a lot of water. We probably use 5-10 gallons per comp, and I would think a one compartment sink would be a lot more.

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I use the coleman hot water on demand. Works great!
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wow you do bring the kitchen sink.... thats awesome..ok I need to look at a setup.
So I imagine you bring the extra buckets for the old water to then dump in the correct area
Here is a bad picture of our sink setup. You can see the small hot water heater and there is a 5 gallon bucket underneath the sink to catch the water so we can dump it wherever they want us to.
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First of all, sorry I didn't have a chance to say hi in Winchester and congrats on your calls! I looked for you, but didn't see you during the event and cheared you on at awards:)

Anyway, my teamate and I have talked about getting a sink several times and it came up again in Winchester. One of the things that keeps holding us back is....what do you do with your grey water? Do you have a container under it to catch? Hope you're on the outside or close to a drain and run drain hose? The three-tub sink works for us because we don't use (and have to dispose of) a lot of water. We probably use 5-10 gallons per comp, and I would think a one compartment sink would be a lot more.

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You can stick a 5 gallon bucket under it and carry it to a drain if there is one available.
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We do bring the kitchen sink!
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Why not bring the kitchen sink?

15 gallons grey water, 10 gallons fresh. Most contests have a greywater dump, or a handy storm drain.
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Those sinks are awesome...
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Somebody must have lit the "Time for Sink Threads" light lately. Do a search for the word sink and you'll find a ton of discussions on this topic.

Here's one of the more recent: http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=129415
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Why not bring the kitchen sink?

15 gallons grey water, 10 gallons fresh. Most contests have a greywater dump, or a handy storm drain.
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Who made that setup?

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Do comps provide a hose connection for you or just a place to get water and you fill your own buckets to use?
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