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Old 07-24-2017, 02:15 PM   #1
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Starting a project to replace the bathroom sink with a deeper model, most likely as an undermount version.

In case I booger this whole think up I checked with Tammy as to the replacement cost, and was curious if the same sink was used in all bathrooms.

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The cost for the replacement Bathroom Sink is $37.43. Did you need Taps? ($15.30). Please note prices do not include shipping.

Yes, we use the same sink in all models.

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Planning on installing this one under a 1/4 inch Corian top:

https://www.wayfair.com/Ukinox-8-x-1...libra_g=&cltr=

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Charlie,
This is an interesting mod. I'll watch your progress with interest. How do you plan to attach the Corian to the wall?
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This is an interesting mod. I'll watch your progress with interest. How do you plan to attach the Corian to the wall?
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Corian is actually a thermoplastic and can be shaped by bending. Hope is to use the original ETI screw holes and mounting. Figuring out the drain could be fun, though........
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Maybe a shelf or 2 underneath, like a small vanity, would go over really big.
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Maybe a shelf or 2 underneath, like a small vanity, would go over really big.
Wifey prefers her "catch all" above the sink.
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