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Can you screw into Corian?
Last Updated: 11th April, 2020
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Besides, can you drill into Corian?
Though many kitchen and bathroom sinks have predrilled holes, this is not always the case with Corian® or other solid surface products. Corian® is drillable with standard drill bits and hole saws and is moderately difficult to break. However, you must be careful not to mar the surface when drilling.
Additionally, can I cut Corian? You can use a fine-tooth circular saw to cut Corian, a carbide blade with 80 to 100 teeth being ideal. If you have fewer teeth (for example, a standard 40-tooth blade), use masking tape on the Corian to reduce splintering.
One may also ask, what kind of glue do you use on Corian?
How do you cut a hole in a Corian sink?
Drill a hole into the counter for the saber saw with a power drill. Place the power drill on the inside of the second line and drill a hole along the pencil line. Insert the saber saw into the hole and begin cutting along the outline. Place the sink upside down over the opening of the countertop.