But can I salvage the sink?
So I have found a cabinet maker and am moving forward with a redo.
As I had feared, and mentioned in my earlier post (see link), it was difficult to find a cabinet maker willing to work with the existing bases and only provide the uppers and doors/drawer fronts.
With the base cabinets now needing to come out, there is a high probability that the counters will be damaged in the process. So I have prepared for that expense.
My question now is ... can I remove the sink and at least salvage that? (It is an undermount.)
I have looked underneath and it is not attached with any clips, etc. I believe the edge of the sink is sandwiched in between the plywood and the counter. My thought is that we could (very carefully) use a utility knife to cut the caulking to loosen it there, and then hopefully it will detach more easily from the counter or whatever else it is adhered to.
What are your thoughts?
Here is a link that might be useful: Earlier post