Subscribe or Renew Membership Subscribe Renew

How to remove sink from vanity base

kyrral's picture

I've found a vanity base that I like from Lowes with a sink already attached. I like the base but not the sink. Is there anyway to remove it? I am assuming its glued down but I'm not sure. Not much room to use a skill saw so I am wondering what my options are? Or just to live with it?

k (post #216121, reply #1 of 2)

kyrral wrote:

I've found a vanity base that I like from Lowes with a sink already attached. I like the base but not the sink. Is there anyway to remove it? I am assuming its glued down but I'm not sure. Not much room to use a skill saw so I am wondering what my options are? Or just to live with it?

In every case I a have seen,  a solid surface top is loose until you silicone it to the base.  The only top you fasten with screws would be a laminate top.  If the top on display is solid surface or stone, you can use a stiff putty knife to pop it loose.

 

Ask the salesperson.

A Great Place for Information, Comraderie, and a Sucker Punch.

Remodeling Contractor just outside the Glass City.


http://www.quittintime.com/

 


Do note that the floor (post #216121, reply #2 of 2)

Do note that the floor display may have been glued together to keep people from taking just pieces of it.


Of all the preposterous assumptions of humanity over humanity, nothing exceeds most of the criticisms made on the habits of the poor by the well-housed, well-warmed, and well-fed.  --Herman Melville