I removed an old wall mounted yellow sink, that had the bent steel bracket that it slides onto from the bathroom this new one is going into. I'm familiar with these sinks/brackets I've torn out my fair share of them.
This one is differnent, there is no apparent place that a bracket would have gone. The guy that sold it to me said that's why he never sold it, everyone kept asking, HOW DO U MOUNT IT?
I figured, I'm pretty handy and love the sink, I'll figure out a way. Like I said the sink had what appeared to be old double sided tape adhesive on the two parts where I hope to have it sit on the wood.
The back of the sink is raw, not glazed. I would def consider grinding the glaze off the wall tiles behind the sink. Would thinset be my best bet? And yes the adhesive does have to support some of the sink, if you lean on the front the sink, while not adhered tips forward.
So it thinset to the raw porcelein and scarified wall tiles my BEST adhesion?