Bathroom toilet cabinet join to vanity unit


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I have been working on my bathroom for some time now and meeting problems along the way. I have got everything plumbed in finally. I am now wondering how to seal the joint between the sink vanity unit and the toilet cistern enclosure. The units are slightly off square to each other but I maybe able slightly move things. However, I guess it would be easier to use some type of 'L' shape strip sealed to the units? I am aware that I may have to lift the top for access at some point so don't want anything that will stick so well that this cannot be accomplished if required. Is it normal practice to silicon the units given that water can escape down the edge of the sink?
Cheers
Dave
 

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Hi
I did use a shim at the back corner and it now has an equal gap against the sink. I think I will use grey silicon where the cabinet joins the sink
 
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