Published at Friday, October 12th 2018. by Courtney Alford in Bathroom Vanity.
So this is where, where I'm at is I've got these little adjustment feet that came with it and this one's maxed out and that one back there is completely removed and I actually have a level, but I obviously cannot leave these big giant shims, just-just not How it works so I'm thinking I may cut this off the plastic foot there and glue it to the bottom of that plastic foot. This is the same epoxy I use to glue them to glue the sink to the countertop. So I'm trying to say five minutes. Epoxy one to one mix, superglue is probably the best type of glue for this little gluing project here, but I don't have any with me. It's giving these wingnuts just an extra little bit of a twist.
Hopefully, you can get a good view here. Everything's snug down and the next step is to I mean I don't really know what to say about this design. This is really close, so I'm gonna have to twist this just a little bit like this and have this one loop into here and this one loop into the other side. Something like that. Okay, back into the bathroom on my little extra thick foot, hands dried up or cured.
I'm talking about epoxy, I'm getting ready to bring in the countertop and sink before I do that. I got to take everything off that's metal, porcelain and I even think that marble will scratch. It's not really a scratch, though it's like a pencil mark. So if you take like this titanium tool here or my keys or the titanium on my watch and just go like that across the porcelain and a lot of stones, it basically makes a pencil mark. That's it's a weird chemical burn.
You can polish it out, but I'd rather not have to spend time doing that, so I'm going to take all this stuff off. While I bring it in here and finish up pretty nice important thing, there are several ways to do this now. One way is you put a 2x4 across here when the drain isn't in there, you take apart a clamp, and you stick one part up through the hole, but that is it. This little it's weird this whole nice kit and there's this cheap little plastic little Mercedes-Benz discussion on the drain hole. Well, we are under the cabinet and I'm on to my last hurdle before this gets really easy I've got to connect the drain.
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