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Glacier Bay Oval Undermounted Bathroom Sink in White

Glacier Bay

Oval Undermounted Bathroom Sink in White

  • Made of quality, easy-to-clean vitreous china
  • Ideal for small bathrooms and powder rooms
  • White finish complements a variety of decorating schemes
$34.00 /each

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Product Overview

The Glacier Bay Oval Under-mount Bathroom Sink in White is ideal for bathrooms or powder rooms where space is limited. The white vitreous china helps provide long-lasting use and can complement a wide variety of bathroom decorating schemes. This sink is designed for convenient under-counter installation. Limited Lifetime Warranty.

  • Vitreous china construction for long-lasting use
  • White finish complements most decorating schemes
  • Ideal for small bathrooms and powder rooms
  • Under-counter mount sink installation
  • No faucet holes
  • Limited lifetime warranty

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Customer Questions & Answers

Does this sink have a overflow hole?

Asked by: Bob
Yes, this sink has overflow hole
Answered by: Habib
Date published: 2017-01-08

Is there a template inside the box ?

If I make my own top, the recommended cutout is 17 1/4 x 14. I suppose I could trace the sink itself ?
Asked by: Diozark
Yes, this comes with a template.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-02-09

Can I install this sink without brackets?

I need to replace a sink that broke and was originally installed without brackets. The counter surface is Corian and can't hold too much weight; the sink currently installed is well placed and seems to be stable but can't figure brand and/or model. I think this Glacier Bay model is quite similar but want to make sure I can set it without the need of brackets. That is, only glue! Is it possible?
Asked by: TheNovice
I suppose you can, but it isn't designed to be used that way. When I set mine the silicone adhesive/caulk actually took the entire weight of the sink even before it was dry. If you put on lots of adhesive and used some method to temporarily press/clamp the bowl against the bottom of the counter it would probably work. The bowl comes with knurled, threaded inserts meant to be sunk into drilled holes in the bottom of the counter. These are expected to be glued in with epoxy. The sink includes instructions on how to do this. Given that the counter has to hold the load of the sink regardless of how it is mounted (gluing it doesn't change the fact that the counter holds the load), I'd think you should use both adhesive and clamps, as designed.
Answered by: mgotts
Date published: 2016-08-17

The cutout hole is 19x13. Will this fit since the length is 19.5?

Also, other than clips, what type of adhesive can I use?
Asked by: denny
No, the overall width of the sink is 19.3, but that is the diameter including the mounting flange. The inner diameter of the bowl right at the top (i.e. widest point) is 17 inches.
Answered by: mgotts
Date published: 2015-12-22
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Customer Reviews

Oval Undermounted Bathroom Sink in White is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from my vanity cabinet is 22"" deep. I used American Standard widespread faucet. The sink would not fit... my vanity cabinet is 22" deep. I used American Standard widespread faucet. The sink would not fit between the faucet and the inside of the cabinet due to the extra wide flange on the sink...
Date published: 2016-10-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from We bought four for our two bathrooms, looks quite beautiful. We bought four for our two bathrooms, looks quite beautiful.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very nice, regardless of price This is a very nice sink bowl, regardless of price. Top surface is flawless, glossy white. And even the backside (which is not finished) gives the impression of quality. Compared to the next most expensive sink Home Depot carries in stock -- which costs almost twice as much -- this one is actually nicer. Went looking for two replacement sink bowls for our master-bathroom vanity. The existing ones were porcelain over iron and had rusted badly on the underside to the point that the drainpipe on one actually came off in my hand while removing the bowl. Didn't want to spend too much because the room needs to be remodeled, but we're not ready to do that at this time. Since I was replacing an existing sink I was limited to a size that fit the existing holes in the vanity top. Turns out it I needed a fairly common 17 x 14 inch oval sink bowl. As mentioned, I initially leaned toward the Kohler sink in the same size for $70-something. But the local store only had one of those and had two of the Glacier Bay's. I opened one of the Glacier Bay boxes in the store (there wasn't one on display) to find it was nicer than the Kohler and only cost $40. I'd never installed a sink bowl, but it wasn't difficult. If you're at all handy and have some familiarity with standard house plumbing you should not have a problem. I could see how the existing sinks were mounted and made use of the threaded inserts already in the counter top along with the sheet metal clips found in the Glacier Bay box and intended for this purpose (appears to be the way all undermount sinks are attached). Mounting to a new countertop could involve much more work, BTW, including using a diamond-tipped drill and epoxy to sink the threaded inserts into the top. But as a retrofit I was able to skip that step. Got very lucky that the drain holes lined up with the existing traps, so there was no need to replace the drain plumbing, which looked fine. All I needed were new drains installed in the sink (got some metal Everbuilt ones, also from HD, for $27). Anyway, very pleasantly surprised by the quality of the sinks. Would absolutely recommend them.
Date published: 2015-12-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very nice under-mount Vanity sinks This is a very attractive basic under-mount Vanity sink. The finish is great and the overflow hole is nicely finished as well, not rough looking as some are. My granite installer attached the sink under the granite without problem, My plumber had no issue in connecting the sink with faucet and pop-up, and sink is very attractive when installed. The price is also very appealing.
Date published: 2016-06-09
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