Singing The Praises of The Insinkerator Garbage Disposal

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InSinkerator_GarboratorDon’t get too excited – it’s an InSINKerator – not an ‘N Sync-erator (which I imagine to be some kind of machine that goes back and destroys our memories of boy bands and their catchy, catchy tunes. Dare to dream, Jen, dare to dream.).

No – instead, this thing takes your sink scraps and makes them go “Bye Bye Bye.” Before you wallow in the loss of the de-NKOTB device, let me tell you why this little do-dad has “The Right Stuff.”

Sinks with garbage disposals are way better than non-garborator sinks, especially if you live with someone who is really bad at scraping their plate in the garbage before dumping it in the suds. A mucked up drain can give you long-term headache, “This I Promise You”, so please consider it.

But if you’re already sold on this type of thing, the Insinkerator has something special going for it: It’s quieter than your typical sink monster – which is a blessing if you have a newborn, manic cat or spouse who is afraid of sudden crazy noises. In fact, it makes 40% less noise than the typical garborator (how one tests that, I’m not sure … but I’ll blindly follow their marketing on this one) and that sounds good to me. The 40 ounce stainless steel grind chamber grinds at two speeds, which apparently gets things nice and mulched. It also comes with a six-year warranty – so if it stops tearing into your junk before then, it won’t be “Tearin’ Up (Your) Heart” or wallet with fix-it fees.

The Insinkerator ISE ESSENTIAL – Garbage Disposer EVO ESSENTIAL is available from eFaucets for $276.50. Make “The Call” if you want it at this price now.

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About Jen

Jen (but never “Jenn”) Byck, aka the Fix'n Vixen, is a Toronto-based freelance writer and communication consultant who is undoubtedly home fixated (she is also TV fixated, really bad TV fixated and donut fixated). Her approach to home improvement has been rather trial and error, the latter of which is evidenced by the amount of spackle she buys on an annual basis.

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4 thoughts on “Singing The Praises of The Insinkerator Garbage Disposal”

  1. Boy band references aside, I have had one of these installed for over two years and am greatly impressed with how much quieter it is. Compared to my parent’s disposal, which sounds like a freight train going by every time it is started, this garbage eating monster does just as good as a job with just a ear pleasing hum. We also haven’t had any problem with the drain getting stopped up with too much garbage and it powers through tough stuff that would clogg up a drain on other disposers I have used.

    • Hi John! Thanks for the comments and for sharing your experience with the Insinkerator! I’m still waiting on the stealth totally silent model, but then that wouldn’t be as good for drowning out the sounds of boy-bands!

  2. Jen,
    There are a suspicious number of clever references to boy band song titles in this awesome article! I applaud the painful research you must have done exclusively for this writing assignment. Never has a garbage disposal been more “pop”.
    ; )


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