Published at Friday, October 26th 2018. by Jeanette Fletcher in Bathroom Vanity.
If you want to go watch that I've put the band the back in place and line it all up, make sure it's level. I've also made marks on here where the screws go. I'm going to put three screws in two at the top up here and one down at the bottom and that's basically all I need to hold it in, but I'm also going to take blocks here and actually glue them down on the inside. So they're up against the back of the toe kick and that will keep the toe kick from being kicked in after the glue sets and the glue used, of course, is polyurethane construction here.
The block so is talking about that'll go in there, I'm just going to squeeze out some glue on the bottom and on the front here and put it in place right here. Push it up tight against the back of the toe kick and down tight to the floor, and this glue sticks very well to a ceramic tile or metal or whatever, so that will definitely hold it there. Okay, I got the cabinet to install now, all you need to do is put the sink in and to fasten it, I'm just gonna use talking.
Actually, this is acrylic talking and I'm just gonna run a bead on the top here at the back or in the inside of me, and at the back and along the front here as well and basically for this kind of a sink. This is really all it holds it in. Traditionally, you would use silicone especially clear silicone for this, but I prefer this because, first of all, it's way easier to clean up. I mean, if I get it on the wood, I can just wipe it off with the wet cloth and overall, it's strong enough to do what it needs to do.
I had a piece of tape over the top of that pipe, even though I put water in there to test it, and you fill the trap like to do that just in case something falls in there. Inconveniently I've cut the drain pipe to the right length here and then we'll go in, but I need to get this underneath. First, of course, that goes up through this drops down into the pipe this lines up spectacularly. We can just tighten up that nut now. This is a pop-up drain. This faucet came with the mechanical one and inconveniently and had a hole on the back here for the rod to go up and down and didn't include a plug with that hole.
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