Small pedestal sinks can be a smart choice and saves space in your bathroom. Pedestals take up much less space than the built-in sinks vanity cabinets. They also allow more than the sink, standing with his feet under him. Install the pedestal is usually one of the final steps of installation pedestal sink, after connecting the pipes. While often pedestals are bolted to the floor, many also can be installed with adhesive.
Mount the small pedestal sinks to the wall with screws and connect the drain and supply lines of cold and hot water to the basin. Install all necessary accessories, including faucets and handles, before starting work on the pedestal. Continue to check if the pedestal is still fit neatly beneath the basin as a hook for connections. Apply adhesive sealant to the base and top of the pedestal, using your glue gun, so be subject to the basin floor and above.
Place the small pedestal sinks into position underneath the basin. Use a damp cloth to wipe any excess caulking left on the ground or at the bottom of the basin. Apply a line of sealant around the base of the pedestal where it meets the floor and all around the top of the pedestal where it meets the basin. Smooth the seam with your finger, again wiping away any excess with a damp cloth. If the pedestal is adapted to abut against the wall, a bead of sealant is applied along the seam between the wall and pedestal.