The corner pedestal sink is perfect for any bathroom, but everything works well in a small bathroom. It is usually has a trim, elegant pedestal. Although it is a simple sink, it is not always simplistic. Corner sink comes in a variety of shapes and sizes.
Instructions to mount corner pedestal sink: turn on the water supply to the sink. Place the taps and faucets in the sink by inserting them into the holes. Connect the hose to the sink faucet fittings. Connect the taps to the sink for them sealed with plastic O-rings.
Connect the pin by placing a locking ring in the central hole. Connect the supply tubes to plastic “T” near the bottom of the ear. Connect the water supply to the taps. Connect the drain hose into the drain. Insert the drain pipe and tighten the lock ring.
Place a bead of caulk on the bottom base of the pedestal. Place the pedestal on which you want in the corner. Put a bead of caulk around the top of the pedestal where it meets the bowl, and put the sink in it. Place between two walls so it fits snugly. Mark the mounting holes with a pencil.
Cut the pieces and drain pipe. Use alternating spring to mount the heat sink to walls. Push the lever through the wall, and their wings will come out and block wall. Finally, to mount corner pedestal sink, open the stops, and test the pipeline leak.