Accidentally drilled hole in PVC pipe
While I was remodelling my downstairs bathroom - after finishing and installing the bathroom fixtures - I accidentally drilled through one side of the upstairs bathroom's PVC drain pipe. I know this is the drain pipe because I had my wife flush the toilet up there and water came out of the hole. Now, the hole is about 1/4" wide (the size of the drill bit) and only goes through one side. What is the best way to repair this without cutting a huge hole in my newly finished wall? I was told at a hardware store that I might be able to fill the hole with pipe cement. I have tried this and it doesn't look very promising. Suggestions?
PVC hole repair recommendations
I know the right way to fix this problem is to cut out and replace the bad section. Given the date of the last post, I figured I'd ask whether Expoxy is still the way to go with this.