Triple-bowl kitchen sink – Nothing will give you a cleaner line and a cleaner countertop than undermount sinks. Without the sink lip of the countertop, there is nothing to trap food and bacteria around the sink. Undermount sinks used with solid surface countertops. One reason is that the disk must be strong enough to hold the sink. The second is the finished edge inside the cutout for the sink.
You can buy undermount sinks in many different configurations from one bowl to a triple-bowl kitchen sink. They also come in different designs, from stainless steel to marble and stone. The first step to install your sink is to find the one that best suits your needs.
You should have the countertop cut to the specifications of the sink. Cutting a solid-surface countertop does not work for the average homeowner and is best handled by a manufacturer or a certified installer. Once you have your cut, but you can take over. You need a 2-by-4 board for longer than the opening of your kitchen sink and a couple of bar clamps to get started. But before you do, clean the underside of the countertop very well with a brush to remove all dust from cutting and polishing it.
Place the board over the triple-bowl kitchen sink opening. Then place a string clear silicone glue on the flat edge of the sink and the sink line up under the countertop. Place one end of the clip on the board, the second plug the drainage opening and tightly clamp part. Do the same on the other hand, if you have a double or larger sink. Make sure the sink is perfectly aligned before you tighten the clamps. Silicone adhesives or sealants will create a watertight seal between the sink and countertop. Next mix a little two-part epoxy together and apply it on the bolt posts that are adjacent to the lip of the sink. Once the epoxy sets, you can install the wing nuts on the bolts and tighten the inserts that hold the sink in place. Leave the clamps in place for 24 hours before installing the drain pipe.