At the very outset, you have to dry-fit the vanity top and check for proper fitting and then overhang. There is often a slight gap between the vanity top and the wall. This gap can be filled with a small bead of clear or white silicone or it can be covered up with a different side splash. The vanity top needs to be cut or sanded for better fitting.
All of our products are installed using 100% silicone. Silicone comes in various colours. Make sure to choose the one that’s best for you and your bathroom aesthetic.
Metal or plastic drain is recommended use while draining. flange. The thinner flange will let water flow down the drain without sitting (Check out the image for your reference). Ensure that you do not excessively tighten the drain as it can create too much pressure and cause a crack in your vanity.
Once the drain and faucet are installed onto the Vanity Top, put a few areas of silicone along the top border of the cabinet. Set the lavatory onto the cabinet. The silicone will assure it is in the right place. You can use your finger or a clean cloth to smooth out the silicone lines when installing the vanity.
Pro Tip: Avoid applying silicone too close to the edges of the splash in order to keep clean-up to a minimum.
To see a full guide on how to install our panels, check out the links below:
Download the detailed installation guide here: Vanity Top Installation Guide