Installing a stainless steel sink - questions
I've been doing my own laminate countertops AND now getting to the point of installing the sink.
QUESTION- when I set it in the hole it appears that when the corners of the sink lie flat against the counter, the rim is bowed in the center so there's a 1/4" gap. Will this be pulled down when the screws are tightened - or is it defective? When I try to push it down with my hand it's not easy to get it down
What kind of caulk or would you use plumber putty on the underside of the rim? Would want something that doesn't stain the laminate.