So I have to replace a sink vanity in the bathroom, but the side splash block is caulked to the tile wall. The back of the vanity is probably caulked to the wall too. I asked at the hardware store and the guy there recommened using a "fillet knife" and doing the "insert, wiggle + repeat" process.
Seems like this is going to scratch the heck out of the tile, which I want to avoid as the new one will have to be smaller than the original and the wall will show. Any better way to do this or do the make non-tile-scratching fillet knifes?
The current sink/vanity is 26x19.5 and all the current ones I see are not in that size. In a Perfect world I would like one that is 25-ish by 19" as the corner it's in is only 17" deep and I don't like the sharp corner sticking out, but I can find no place that has 17" deep sink/vanity sets.