Most types of sinks need to be recessed into the countertop. Learn how to cut a countertop and install a new sink.
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Use a drill with a flat bit or auger bit to make a hole in each corner of the sink position, inside the inner guide line. Make sure that the drill is at precise right angles to the countertop, so that you make an accurate hole.
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