mark Asked :Does this sink have tap holes?
Answered By Rangemaster :
Tap hole locations are part cut into the underside of the sink. The upper section of the tap hole will have to be knocked out. ALWAYS knock out from the top of the sink and NOT the underside; this may damage the front top surface of the sink. After deciding which tap hole to use, mark the location of the tap hole centre onto the front face of the sink using a soft pencil (This may already be marked with a coloured adhesive dot). The area around the rear of the tap hole will require support. Place the tip of a screwdriver or similar tool on the marked position, ensuring that the shaft of the screwdriver is at 90° to the sink surface (NOT angled). Strike the screwdriver with a hammer. The upper section of the tap hole should knock out. The tap hole will have rough edges. Use a suitable rasp to smooth the edges of the hole. Always work towards the sink surface avoiding upward strokes that may chip the sink surface. For fittings with a larger shaft diameter than 35 mm, the pre- drilled hole
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