5 Best RV Bathroom Sink Upgrades

Are you tired of your small, cheap RV bathroom sink? It might be time to upgrade. Doing so on your own may be easier than you think. 

This story discusses why RV bathroom sinks typically stink and how you can improve yours. We also look at the benefits and considerations of sink upgrades in an RV. 

There are many sink options on the market. Some work in RVs and some don’t. We’ve helped narrow it down by identifying the top five RV bathroom sink upgrades.

It’s compact at 12 ⅜ inches by 5 2/4 inches, making it easy to fit on most RV bathroom countertops.

What We Used: 12″ Bathroom Vessel Sink and Matte Black Bathroom Faucet

The modern European style can give your bathroom a new look. It’s porcelain and ceramic, and fade, scratch, and chip resistant. 

Highest Rated: Rectangular Vessel Sink 

The plastic sink is only 2.9 pounds and measures 19.5 inches by 16.5 inches with  cut-out dimensions. It has three holes cut out for the faucet and one for the drain.

Budget Friendly: RecPro Oval RV Bathroom Sink

If you already have a drop-in, this is a great upgrade since it’s for RVs. It’s 10 inches by 13 inches and 5 ¼ inches deep.

Drop in Replacement: RecPro Stainless Steel Oval Sink

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