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    DIY Senior Member rdtompki's Avatar
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    Default Square Oil Rubbed Bronze Shower Drain

    I'm looking for a square (preferred) Oil Rubbed Bronze clambing shower drain. Anyone have any suggestions?

    I've cleared the slab completely around my old drain assembly down about 8 inches. What should I fill the hole with after I replace the drain? I'll set the drain according to my tile installers instructions and he will do the rest.

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    Talking they are available through soux cheif

    I needed some square shower drains
    a while back and my supplier in Indiana
    had a source .....I think it was Soux Cheif

    call my supplier if you wish and ask them

    Winthrop Supply 317-926-5367


    you can get them in bronze,
    but you might have to rub the
    oil on yourself

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    Once you find the Sioux Chief drain, check with any company that has access to Trim to the Trade products and see if they have the matching oil rubbed grate for it.

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    Wouldn't the "oil" make the shower slipppery?

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    ACO makes a great line of Oil Rubbed Drains in all their standard sizes.

    The Oil Rubbed products look great and I can't wait to install one.



    If you visit the ACO website you can see many more examples of this finish.


    jfrwhipple@gmail.com - www-no-curb.com - 604 506 6792

    Always get construction advice double checked by your local city hall. Flood Test Every Shower - Every Time.

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    quote; Wouldn't the "oil" make the shower slip

    As Benny Hill used to say, "It is what we call it, NOT what it is".
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