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I'm "renovating" my bathroom. I put that word in quotes because, well, I realized that I'm not that good. That's for a different time.
I removed the pedestal sink so that I could paint behind it (it was also lose after my father helped me replace the faucet). This pedestal sink has a metal bracket that attaches to the wall, and then the pedestal slides under and provides additional support to the sink (although the pedestal and the sink are not attached to other each).
When it was installed, the installers caulked around the sink, and the bottom of the pedestal. But they also used some kind of adhesive behind the sink when attaching to the wall.
The adhesive is rubbery, not dry where it cracks, very flexible. Could it just be regular caulk? Or some kind of epoxy?
When we removed the sink, the adhesive did not stick to the wall, in that it didn't destroy the wall, except for a small area.
Any idea what I should use?
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