I want to remove a bathroom sink that was glued (epoxied) to the counter top. How can do I do this with little or no damage to the counter top?
What is the sink basin made of? If it is porcelain you may be able to break it into small pieces which would be easier to pry off. Cast iron will break also. What is your counter top made of? That may have some bearing on how I would go at it.
A reciprocating (Sawzall) is perfect for this problem. Once you cut it loose you can sand off any remaining epoxy. I never tried it, but, a straight handle hacksaw may also work. Just be sure to keep it on a straight line and use a #14 or less blade. They also sell extra long blades for a sabre (jig) saw if the overlap is not that great.....
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