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Old 05-05-2009, 06:37 AM   #1
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I have a dilemma... I am finishing my basement bathroom and my vanity top and vanity do not seem to fit.... I purchased them from home cheapo....

Is the vanity supposed to fit inside the top or will it be ok....

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My guess is it will sag in the middle over time. You should add support under the back or rout out so it sits solid on all four sides.

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rout the cabinent or the top? If the top what type of bit?
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I would take it back to home depot and have them rout it or get a top that fits. You start messing with it you will void any warranty.
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Ditto Al's Sewer - HD typically sells several sizes for the same price or a few bucks more for a larger size... if your dimensions allow, I'd get the larger size so it sits flush.. I did that with their Midnight black granite counter/sink combo.. paired it with an existing vanity, but had an overhang of 1.5" on either side, but rather have it resting flush.
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I took the top back and exchanged for a solid granite...

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