I have a kitchen sink that was probably installed 15 years ago. The clips slipped so I am using those metal brace kits for DIY'ers. I should be able to handle that. I got clear silicon adhesive. DAP Ultra Clear which is not cheap. If this is wrong, please let me know. It adheres to wet surfaces.
My problem is the old adhesive on the stainless sink edges. Ideally, I would pull the sink out but it has a disposal, the pipes etc. The old nasty adhesive is kind of black and brown. It is kind of hard to get to. I tried Goof Off Gunk and Adhesive Remover Gel. Not very good. Bleach. I have cheap cleaning white vinegar which would be acidic which seems to work the best. Any suggestions? I have a straight edge box cutter type of blade but it is fairly slow going.