1. The water-retaining strip is vertically bonded to the countertop with marble glue and a curing agent. When replacing it, use wood to tap the front, middle, and back of the water-retaining strip several times to make the water-retaining strip fall off the countertop.
2. Remove the water-retaining strip, and polish the part that needs to be bonded on the tabletop. Use marble glue to mix curing agent (glass glue or nail-free glue for construction);
3. Apply glue to the polished part of the countertop, place the water-retaining strip in the center, and place the back of the water-retaining strip flush with the back of the countertop. The glue of the water-retaining strip should be used until it is dry.
1. The bonding part of the countertop and the water-retaining strip should be polished and flush with the countertop to facilitate the bonding without foreign matter. The water-retaining strip is bonded to the countertop at 90 degrees without misalignment with the countertop.
2. Use neutral glass glue or building nail-free glue for bonding the countertop. The water-retaining strip should be stabilized for 2 minutes after bonding to ensure that the water-retaining and countertop are firmly bonded without gaps.