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jbeartree

Going to have to remove it clean off the old adhesive. Then find right adhesive and figure out how to press it against the bottom and let glue sit. Go to a cabinet place and ask them.


LittleLemonKenndy

I was think that!


neanderthal85

You may need to add wood braces beneath the sink. I've dealt with this a few times. Thoroughly clean off the old glue. I usually scrape and lightly sand. Then I use a clamp where one end is removable to go through the drain hole, and run a board above to clamp it to.


LittleLemonKenndy

Thank you! I was thinking of getting a clamp, so just scraping off the old adhesive and using sandpaper?


neanderthal85

Yep! There are also clips to hold the sink in place from the underside, but if holes don't exist already, I wouldn't drill if it's not some kind of stone. I usually brace it with some wood, too.


LittleLemonKenndy

Thank you and yes it is not a stone of some kind. Ok so clamp, adhesive, but what about caulk?


neanderthal85

If the adhesive is even, you should be fine. But no harm in throwing caulk on there once it's all dry.


LittleLemonKenndy

So for an under mount sink simply adhesive would be fine but caulk wouldn’t hurt either then? Huh. I’m getting started later today too.