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BinghamtonEd

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#1 posted 01-14-2016 09:21 PM

So there’s a sink cutout, but no sink? A couple years ago I built a kitchen playset for my daughter (pictures here). I routed the cutout for the sink, and then got a small grey Rubbermaid container, slightly larger than the cutout, and screwed it to the underside of the counter. Not sure how big your cutout is, but it is an easy option. I think I spent 5 bucks for the container at HD.

I cut the handles off the container, and screwed two pieces of scrap in their place (screws from inside the sink). Then I screwed that to the underside of the countertop. You can’t see the screws in the sink because they’re hidden under the sink lip. Its been 2 years, and played with hard, and now my son is abusing it, and it’s held up just fine.

Just an alternative, easy option.

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