sink & faucet. Sunday , November 13th , 2016 - 21:23:09 PM
First task is to select a new sink, which is tailor-made to your measurement requirements. Measure the dimensions of countertop. That will help you in choosing a new one. Selecting the same-sized product is a smart move, as it will save you the task of cutting through the countertop, to create a larger hole. A stainless steel sink is the best option, as it's durable and easiest to install. Standard sink size is 33 inch x 22 inch, with a depth of about 7 inches.
Usually, the faucets are not attached to the sink but are attached in the wall. If the faucet comes in the way of removing the sink, then it will have to be temporarily removed, using a pipe wrench, after you have disconnected the water supply line. If the faucet is attached to the sink, then it will have to be removed and reattached to the new one. In that case, attach the faucet before you put the sink in place.
Using a dry rag, wipe the surface of the sink in, at the spot of the strainer. Allow it to dry totally before you go ahead to the next step.
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