This is an issue that has come up at the Green Home Guide before - see my answer to the question "The underside coating of our stainless steel sink has a strong odor. Is it toxic? What should we do?"
However, this problem has not been associated with Blanco sinks (I happen to own two myself and havenot have this issue).Chances are the odor is coming from:
- the shock absorber pads on the underside ofthe sink and/or
- the adhesive used to glue the pads to the sink.
You can first try leaving the sink cabinetdoors open for a few days and see if the smell dissipates.
Next you could contact Blanco USA and explainthe issue you are having and see if they are willing to replace the sink. However, be prepared to pay forthe installation of the faucets and other fixtures yourself.
Lastly, you can remove the pads and glue.