Bathroom vanitys – Bathroom vanitys are not difficult to install, in general, the old vanity erupted from the walls or dissolved and removed. The new vanity is fixed in place and the water pipes and drains connected. Once this is done, the area around the vanity can be finished with paint or tile. Painting requires only some tape painter and interior paint or primer may be tiled.
Put on rubber gloves and combine one part TSP or trisodium phosphate with four parts water in a bucket. Clean the bathroom vanitys and the area around it with the water / TSP with a sponge. Then dry with towels.
Insert a tube of silicone caulk into a caulk gun and a layer of mastic spread around the edges of the bathroom vanitys to the wall to prevent water from leaking into tiny cracks. Allow the putty to dry for about 20 minutes. Sand the walls around the top of the vanity with sandpaper grain 80 roughen the surface, but not the elimination of the existing paint. Wipe with a tack cloth afterwards. Spread caulk on the walls around the vanity with a trowel, then the first row of tiles against the wall, put spacers between each tile.