Question about Belle Foret BF-NBBS2-CP Junior Basket Strainer by BFNBBS2CP BFNBBS2-60
I followed your instructions on installing a sink basket in my new stainless steel sink using silicone for a sealant under between the basin and the basket as per your instructions. Unfortunately it leaks and I am unable to remove the basket because of the strong seal it made. How do I remove the basket without damaging my new $300 sink?
Steady pressure from under the underside of the sink should cause the silicone to flex and eventually release.
You might also try some caulking remover available ot hardware stores. It's a product that comes in a tube and eases the removal of caulking products.
Be sure to look at the label for cautions and materials that it is safe to use it on.
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
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