Holes were not standard 8". Had to buy a 4" faucet.
According to the internets: Thermoplastic PolyOlefins (TPO) is the plastic material of choice for replacing fiberglass parts. This material is more durable, crack resistant, UV resistant, conductive, and lighter when compared to its fiberglass counterpart. Click for more information on TPO. The one we installed over a year ago has been well used,very strong and easily cleaned. The surface can be scratched by harsh abrasives; the scratches can then fill with dirt, paint, grease if not careful(not sure if fiberglass would have similar results).
It holds stains and scratches easily.
Go to www.mustee.com and find the model laundry tub you are installing. You will be able to look up the installation instructions.
a block was not needed I installed an american standard faucet and the spout is high enough for everyday normal use.
The tub is a fiberglass composite. You can drill it with a standard hole saw. Check the bottom to be sure the faucet hold down nut will fit.
There are three holes.
Yes. Mustee makes a solid “mounting block” which fastens from the underside. It’s main function is to accept a typical bolt-on laundry sink faucet that has the water supplies entering the top of the faucet. In other words it will rise above the sink deck about 1-1/2” for the faucet to attach, but at least it does close off the holes.
Sure, it comes with a bracket(s) that mounts to your wall. I believe the sink is about 25" wide, therefore, you'll hit at least two studs. Use a couple 2"x5/16" lag bolts with washers through the center of the studs. Find the stud centers, I always use an ice pick, that way you know exactly where the studs start and stop. Predrill the hole with a 1/4" drill bit and mount your sink...pretty straight forward, makes it rock solid, good luck! P.s. I'm assuming you're using a level. I mounted ours in a corner, hence, in essence, giving it that much more support. Capt.
No. This tub does not have a lip to mount it over a counter top.