Published at Thursday, October 11th 2018. by Rosie Malone in Bathroom Vanity.
Bathroom vanity country. First, we turned the water off below the sink. Then we disconnected the water lines and drain pipe. Now the faucet can be removed. We used a template that came with our new drop-in sink. We outlined the template using a sharpie. Then we cut the line using a jigsaw. Next, we removed the old sink. The countertop needs to the sanded for the paint to stick. Then we wiped the counter top and removed any dust or debris.
Next, we applied counter top coating. It's easy to apply using a basic foam roller and produces a smooth washable finish that is stain and chemical resistant. The durable coating is made to last and stands up to daily, wear and tear. Now we can drop in our new sink. That gives a nice contrast. We added a new faucet and drain valve. We hooked up our new fixtures to water and drain.
Next, we add drawer pulls by first drilling a hole and installed the bolts and handles. The new drawer pulls install easily with included hardware and is a noticeable change for any cabinetry. Next, we cut 45-degree angle on our trim boards to frame out the vanity mirror. Mirror. The adhesive was added to the back of the mirror frame.
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