I have a sink that collapsed on me today. I realize now why it happened. The sink is a metal, under-mount sink that is held to the granite countertop with nothing more than blocks of wood holding the metal to the granite with nothing more than glue! There are no clips, no screws, no nothing. Just blocks of wood that are loaded up with adhesive and holding the metal flange of the sink to the underside of the granite countertop.
Today I was working under the sink and the entire side of the sink gave way and came down on top of me! I was appalled that the sink could have been held in place with nothing more than glue!
Now my question is…how do I glue it back up there? I need some super strong adhesive that isn’t going to be affected by water/moisture and will hold for years to come. What do y’all recommend? I sure don’t want to try drilling into the granite to make holes for screws or clips. and the adhesive is going to have to adhere to wood, granite, and metal. Is this possible?