Undermount bathroom sinks – Marble countertops in the bathroom or kitchen offer resistant and aesthetically pleasing surfaces. Properly installed, embedded sinks provide years of leak free performance while adding to the physical beauty of the countertop. Remodeling or renewal that requires the removal of a sink under cover of a marble or granite countertop must be done carefully to avoid damaging the stone countertop. Take your time as ground work will put undue stress on the rock, causing fractures and cracks.
Disconnect the drain pipe under the sink, using a wrench or similar tool. Place a stand undermount bathroom sinks and disconnect all clips. Fixing clip will be positioned around the circumference of the pool and held in place with screws or bolts. A ratchet or screwdriver clips easily removed.
Place a Tool 5-in-1 Painters, available at any hardware store or flat chisel-like against the union between the undermount bathroom sinks and countertop. Lightly hammer the tool with a rubber hammer to break the seal between the two surfaces. Repeat around the circumference of the bowl. Remove the support from under the sink and sink down slowly.
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