I purchased one of the solid material granite vanity tops that measures 49″ x 22″ with the sink bowl attached. I need to trim off 5/8″ due to the opening being 48 3/8″ wide for the vanity top to fit in the alcove on the new vanity installed. This is a man made solid surface material that are pieces of granite and polymer put under high pressure to give you that granite look. What steps would I take to cut this top. I believe I would need to purchase a diamond stone cutting blade (7″) for the electric saw to make a dry cut. Correct me if I am wrong on this. I am handy enough to do it but want to make sure there are no hidden surprises. Do you cut from the back side and do you tape both sides of the surface material. Your help and tips are welcomed.
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