i have a sink for a powder room in the first level of a split level house. when the bathroom was built the rock was put over top of a bunch of furring strips. i did not know this was the case until i got the wall opened to move the pipes. the pipes are fine now but, now i need to mount the sink to the wall. i was figuring i would just use blue screws to hold it in place.(it did not come with a mounting bracket of any kind) the mounting holes are up high behind the sink bowl so there is essentially little to no access. especially with a drill. i was going to mark the holes and put the blue screws in without the sink in place then take them out and put the sink back in place and put the screws in with a socket wrench. i am not sure if the screws can be taken out and put back in once they have been screwed into the cinder block? is there a better method to mount the sink? is there an aftermarket mounting bracket i should use? not sure of the best method for this install.
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pedestal sink mounted to block wall