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Old 04-22-2008, 07:55 AM   #1
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The enamel has peeled of at the bottom of the kitchen sink in our Airstream Land Yacht. My wife wants it refinished. I called a guy who does bath refinish but he is a no show. I would like to remove the sink to get it powder coated but it is held to the Corian by brackets of which I cannot get to the screws which are between the Corian and the cabinet itself. Any suggestions?
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The enamel has peeled of at the bottom of the kitchen sink in our Airstream Land Yacht. My wife wants it refinished. I called a guy who does bath refinish but he is a no show. I would like to remove the sink to get it powder coated but it is held to the Corian by brackets of which I cannot get to the screws which are between the Corian and the cabinet itself. Any suggestions?
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Take the counter top off along with the sink. Powder coat would probably not be a good solution. Why not simply go to Home Depot and buy a new sink to install?
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years ago I bought the stuff to refinish my bathtub. Home Depot sells it, back then and maybe even now, it stinks, but it did a great job and looked like a new tub. Wasn't that hard to do. Take a walk thru home depot and ask them about it.Maybe newer products are on the market now..Dona
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