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I'm trying to install a drop-in stainless steel sink into a new gramite countertop. The granite installer made a cut-out and told me to use silicone to hold it down. I'm trying to use tyhe clamps I had before that held the same sink to my old formicsa counter, but the clamps are too short. Any ideas? I saw something about weepholes. What are those?
The stone installer told you to use silicone,
what makes you think that you know more than he does about his product.
IF you go use lockdown screws, you will put tension on a thin granite slab at 4 or 6 points around the perimeter of a hole.
stone breaks under very small tensions
do as instructed and silicone the sink in place,
or void any warranty and buy the counter top again when you break it
formica is plastic on a chipboard substrate -not stone
not perhaps the answer you want to hear,
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