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How To Remove Ceramic Sink

I have a ceramic sink which I want to remove - how do I remove it without damaging the area?

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Your sink is likely to be glued into place, in which case you will need to carefully extract it from its surround. Begin by disconneting your water supply and removing all the plumbing connections. You probably wont need to remove the actual taps, but t wont hurt. Be very careful about using hammers as ceramic sinks do not tend to react well to them!

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