A construction worker in South Carolina is taking a new approach to the problem of sand in the sink.
According to CBS News, it’s all about creating a better looking environment for the workers.
The contractor is called Triton Construction and it’s based out of Columbia, South Carolina.
They say that they’re going to use their own process to “improve the quality of the work.”
But before they can begin using their own methods, the company needs the city’s permission to do so.
So far, Tritons sanding and cleaning process has not been tested in the public.
Tritonics spokesperson Emily Smith told CBS News that their process is not something that the city is currently allowing.
Smith also said that the process is in its infancy and that it is not yet ready for the public to try.
“We don’t want to put people through this,” Smith said.
“The city’s not ready to do that.”
CBS News reached out to Tritonic for comment and will update this post if we hear back.