Modern kitchen sink – Modern kitchens contain the latest in appliances and appliances and are structured for maximum efficiency. Corner sinks offer a convenient, out-of-the-way alternative to a sink mounted in the center. Since with a sink on each side of the bar, working in these sinks allows greater access to each side of the sink. Although a corner sink seems more complicated than a regular sink. The same materials and installation methods are required.
The first thing that you will have to install a corner sink is a template of the sink, or a ruler. Most manufacturers offer a subsidence template, which is an exact scale diagram of the edge of the sink. The template fixed on the top of the counter to facilitate the placement and planning. Once you place the mold on the counter, and you are sure the sink fits in the space. Then, trace around it with a pencil to mark the position. This line is your guide for cutting the hole in the corner sink.
If you do not have any templates. You can simply place the corner sink in an upside down position on the countertop and trace around it. Then, draw another 1/2 inch line inward on the line drawn as the cut line, which It gives the edge about 1/2 inch counter to rest once the sink is fixed inside the hole in the sink. Do not cut the right along the registration line. As it is too large and does not leave a countertop to support the edge of the sink.