How To Install Granite Countertops On A Budget – Part 7 – Seam Filling & Sink Install

How To Install Granite Countertops On A Budget – Part 7 – Seam Filling & Sink Install
Seaming the granite and putting in the kitchen sink. The project is coming along, and the end is in sight!

20 thoughts on “How To Install Granite Countertops On A Budget – Part 7 – Seam Filling & Sink Install”

  1. Very nice work for a DIY job.   One of the nice things you can do with granite, is to add an undermount sink.  That would have been so much nicer.

  2. Thank you for sharing the post, very much instructive, but sink part looks like a bad idea! i wouldn’t pick a plastic piece!

  3. victor feliciano

    what came out nice? o please use the right stuff and the right cutting tool.

  4. First of all you have to do the seam before installing the back splash, then second you have to pull the granite pieces together after applying the epoxy to have a tight invisible seam .Of course the epoxy you had use is not what you need .you need polyester that could be mixed with colors to achieve the matching color .

  5. use some granite dust from the cuttings and mix with clear epoxy would make the seam close to invisible.

  6. When I saw the DEVCON 5MIN EPOXY I said..: OH OH!
    That product has disappointed me many times…. because the 5minutes is misleading…. it’s actually 24 hours… and in two cases I used it it never really hardened…

    Also, you could have added a drop of gray to epoxy – or dust from the granite grinding & cutting…!

    Glad it worked for you!

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