Diy bathroom vanity – To make diy bathroom vanity, starting with Trace the dimensions of the vanity top on the cement backer table. And score along the dotted lines with the knife knife to make the backer board the right size. Place the cut-back board in position on top of vanity. Track the location of plumbing holes on the underside of the backer board. Put on a dust mask and attach a hole piece to the drill. Cut plumbing holes from the backer-table. Spread the watertight membrane over the top of the vanity, covering up the plumbing holes at this point.
Place the backer board on top. Securely in place with galvanized screws around the edge, each 8 inches. Draw mosaic design on the backing-board diy bathroom vanity top. Deep back of mosaic tiles in tile glue and put them in place on top of the backer board per mosaic design. When all mosaic tiles are put in place, leave to dry. Spread the mosaic injection lubricant into the gap between the tiles. Do not keep the float in the joints of tiles. Rather, keep it at a 45 degree angle. Use grout scrapes to scrape off excess mucus dirt from the mosaic. Wait half an hour for the injection mortar to partially stated.
Damp the cloth, then wipe over the mosaic. Leave vanity for 3 days to let the drip complete. Apply 3 layers of tile and grout sealer. Check the instructions sealer for the appropriate time to wait between coats. Use a hobby knife to cut the watertight membrane from above the plumbing holes – leave it in place. While tiles will catch all grout and glue that would otherwise fall through and dispel vanity inside. Your diy bathroom vanity top is now ready for plumber to complete the installation and connect plumbing installations.