Installing Granite Composite Sinks
When choosing a new kitchen sink, you must decide what type of material you want. Granite composite sinks compound is an option for an elegant sink to resist wear. To be composed of tiny particles of rock, the material tolerates hot, scratch resistant and does not stain easily pans. Turn on the new granite composite sinks you look at the bottom of the sink. Place a line of silicone sealant along the outer edge of the sink rim. Lift the sink and turn. Have someone help you if the sink is too heavy for you to lift by yourself. Place the sink into the opening in the counter where his old sink. The side of the sink with faucet holes should be the side farthest from you.
Setting the sink filter in the bottom of the granite composite sinks. Run a line of caulking along the bottom of the filter flange and then place the filter in the hole of the drain opening of the sink. Press down on the sieve to form a seal.
Place the large rubber grommet on the filter at the bottom of the granite composite sinks. Install a length of 8 to 12 inches of PVC pipe to the strainer. The length depends on the amount of space you have under your sink. Place the trap pipe running out the filter using another slip washer and nut. Attach a length of tubing to the last piece of pipe trap. Install the faucet. Connect to the hardware that is included in the package.