|Posted by hj on April 01, 2004 at 08:05:04:|
|In response to Re: How to hang a sink|
What kind of sink is it? Cast iron? China? Flat slab? With a raised back? Every type has a different method of fastening, but none that I have ever seen have holes through them that you could use with toggle bolts. You have to have the proper hanger bar, (or possibly "knee brackets" and legs, or even a pedestal), depending on that particular sink's requirements.
: Hoping you folks can help me! I am going to install a fairly large wall-hung sink in my bathroom. (It's about 26" wide at the back with a round center bowl that sticks out 20") I got the sink at a local "recycle" store so it came without any hardware. It doesn't have an obvious place on the backside to put a basin hanger-- at least not like the hangers I've seen which are long and straight--can I just put it up with some great big toggle bolts? The wall is plaster and lath with tile on it. I also have a LARGE cat with a faucet fetish so I want to be sure we're secure!
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