Single sink bathroom vanity – Since you never know what you’re going to find. When you approach existing pipelines, I recommend not starting this project too late in the day. Plumbing projects more take a lot more people anticipate. The first step in the project is to turn off the water supply to the old vanity. Then disconnect supply lines of existing valves and release the old drain trap from the drain pipe that comes from the wall, or through the floor.
Once done, remove the heat sink from the vanity lid, then remove the screws that hold single sink bathroom vanity lid in the cabinet, and then the cabinet to the wall. Next, use the knife to separate the top part of the cabinet from the wall. You will often find that there is a strip of putty or sealant along the top edge of the back wall of the vanity, where it meets the wall, and along the floor, where the base of the cabinet sits.
Although there is no sealant there, it may be the paint that sticks the lid against the Wall and not breaking this grain can lead to damage to the surface of the wall while removing the single sink bathroom vanity. Once this is done, remove the vanity lid from the cabinet base and then remove the cabinet.