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Thread: Covering a rusty tub drain

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    Default Covering a rusty tub drain

    It's not possible to get under the tub in a bath reno we're doing and I won't take a chance of force twisting out the old drain. It currently has a strainer screwed into it and I'd like to replace that with a larger strainer that is wider in diameter than the drain so as to hide the rust. Anyone know of a part like that?

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    Aug 2004
    San Diego


    Anything that will screw into your existing shoe will be more or less all the same size. The real problem is that even if you find one a little larger, that rust cancer will continue to spread, and eventually you will just have a bigger hole.


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