|Posted by hj on July 04, 2003 at 10:52:53:|
|In response to Re: Pedistal Sink Fiasco|
When I have that problem, I put a lot of silicone caulk on the back of the sink and the top of the pedestal and glue the sink in position. Once the caulk hardens and you also caulk around the lavatory's perimeter, you will destroy the dry wall before it will come loose.
: We bought a new house with a powder room plumbed to mount a pedistal sink. When we tried to set the sink, there was no wood support provided and the plumbing vent is in the exact location of where we would put an anchor or bolt. We drilled into the vent by accident, had a plumber cut a hole in the drywall to repair it, but we are still puzzled as to how we can mount this sink properly. The vent sits directly behind the drywall, there is no room for wood. Any suggestions?
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