Installing A Corner Kitchen Sink
Corner kitchen sink – Many people find it appealing to have a corner kitchen sink because it uses a hard-to-use, particularly as countertop space is limited. A sink is an important part of a working kitchen. And install a sink corner kitchen is not difficult then install a regular sink. Track the template that came with the sink on the countertop where the sink will install. Which is about 1 1/2 inches from the sink to the wall?
After that drill, a 3/8-inch hole in each corner kitchen sink contour. Cut contours of the sink with the jigsaw beginning of one of the predrilled holes. Screw 2x pieces of wood supports spanning throughout each section that you’ve cut to provide cut out and keep it from falling down. Remove the supports under after each section has cut. Lift out the cut portion of the countertop.
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Then apply a bead of silicone on the bottom of the sink along the edges to create a water thread seals between the corner kitchen sink and countertop. Turn over the sink and gently insert it into the opening in the countertop. Release the sink in place and allow the sealant to contact with the countertop. Install the mounting clip over the countertop to pull the flag down and secure it in place. Wipe away excess sealant that may have to depress while tightening sink to the countertop.