Ikea Bathroom Cabinet installation top is to learn everything you can about your choice of products. Some bathroom cabinets call for home fitting while others come pre-assembled. The latter is the best choice as long as the choice fits your bathroom cabinet needs. Once you have chosen bathroom cabinets, the next choice is a vanity top and crane set. These must all complement each other as well as the existing interior of the bathroom. Secure the vanity top to the cabinet with self-adhesive sealing if necessary. Put a towel around the nuts in the vanity plunger kit to grip them better when you tighten them. Do not use the pliers on the vanity plunger kit.
Locate the drain pipe in the Ikea Bathroom Cabinet. Measure the height of the drain pipe center from the floor and mark the back of the cabinet accordingly. Drill a 3-inch hole through the back of the cabinet with a hole saw. Repeat the process from step 1 for each water supply shut-off valve. Press vanity cabinet against the wall, slide shut-off valves and drip tube through the holes on the back of the cabinet. Place water passages on the cabinet from the back to the front. Adjust the back or front of the cabinet as needed by slipping wood shims under the cabinet to make that level. Repeat this process with the level from side to side of the cabinet.
Cut out any wooden shims that protrude from under the cabinet, using a chisel and hammer. Attach the cabinet to the wall with 2-inch or screws. Mount the crane on the vanity top according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Attach lines of water supply to the tap and tighten them with a wrench. Set vanity top on Ikea Bathroom Cabinet. Open the doors to the cabinet and attach the water supply lines to the shut-off valves. Drag them with a wrench. Install the vanity plunger kit as per the manufacturer’s instructions. Apply a strict bathtub and tile sealed along the vanity top where it meets the wall. Run a wet index finger along the top of the bathtub and tile caulk to smooth the application.