Kitchen sinks stainless steel is lightweight, durable and easily accessible in most home stores. For a lot of homeowners sink stainless steel makes perfect sense. The steel is easy to keep clean and not subject to chipping or scratching the way of porcelain or other kinds of sinks can be. Installing a kitchen sink stainless steel in a laminate counter top is within the capabilities of most homeowners.
Check the setting of your kitchen sinks stainless steel in the pre-cut hole in the countertop laminate. Sink opening should be cut before installing the countertop. Most sinks come with a template and the cuts must be made from the underside of the counter to avoid splintering the edges. The sink has to be far enough ahead not to touch the back wall and far enough away that the opening behind the front cabinet.
Kitchen sinks stainless steel, lie on your back and look up at the bottom of the sink. You should see long metal channels. A securing clip slides into the channel and attached to the counter sink. Make sure there is enough space for the holder to make contact with the worktop on all sides. You may need to adjust the position of the sink slightly.