Transolid TSGRSS Radius Bottom Sink Grid, 27.52'' L x 14.92'' W x 1'' H, Stainless Steel
Transolid TSGRSS Radius Bottom Sink Grid, 27.52'' L x 14.92'' W x 1'' H, Stainless Steel by Transolid at Historic Charles Street. MPN: TSGRSS. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Stainless steel grid sits on bottom of sink bowls. Bottom sink grid fits radius Rtss3322, Russ3118 silq granite
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