DIY Undermount Kitchen Sinks Installation
Undermount kitchen sinks – Solid surface countertops and undermount sinks are rapidly gaining popularity in many households these days. With their easy care and sleek look, they transform kitchens around the world. You can buy undermount sinks in different styles, materials and colors to match any decor.
Turn the countertop head for easier installation of the undermount kitchen sinks. The counter will be very heavy, so you will need at least two people to reverse it. Put some towels down on the floor so you do not scratch the surface. Place the sink over the hole and by means of a permanent marker, outline exactly where the sink should be. Mix the two parts epoxy now, so it can be adjusted while you put the sink in place. Place a bead of clear silicone caulk around the edge of the sink and put the sink in place. Press down on the disc.
Brush the epoxy onto the mounting bolt posts next to the undermount kitchen sinks lip. Tighten the screws. Run a bead of silicone caulk along the top of your cabinets, flip kitchen table over and place on the cabinets. Install the sink drain. The final effluent by means of a PVC compression fitting. Hand tighten one end of the bracket to drain the tail and the other to P or S trap.