Re: New Holes in Cast Iron Sink
Posted by hj on May 17, 2002 at 08:17:40:
In response to Re: New Holes in Cast Iron Sink
It can be done, but to do it safely requires a fairly expensive drill/hole saw set. You might be better off changing the faucet to one that only needs one hole and using the other two for your devices. That faucet would then be the one normally uses with a Corian top anyway and could be reinstalled.

: Is their a way to add two new holes to a cast iron sink so that I can add a soap dispenser & filtered water dispenser. The new faucet that I just installed uses each of the three center holes and the dishwasher air gap uses the fourth (and last) hole. I don't want to buy a new sink now as I hope to eventually replace the countertop with a Corian countertop with the built in sink. Any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks.




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