I recently purchased an inexpensive bath vanity from the Home Labyrinth. It included a low-end granite top that is not properly sized for my bathroom. Unexpectedly, out of the box, the granite is sealed to the wooden top of the unassembled vanity. I really like this vanity's wooden cabinets, but I need to replace the granite with a custom cut size and color.
Is there a good way to separate the granite from the wooden vanity without damaging the wood or the granite? The two pieces are very tightly fitted together. I can't seem to squeeze a utility knife between them. Is there a good strategy for separating granite away from a wooden cabinet? Is this something that a granite specialist could handle easily?
I'm starting to think that a sledge hammer might be the only way.