Re: Lavatory drain assembly question
Posted by Fixer Upper Plumber on January 07, 2004 at 20:12:22:
In response to Re: Lavatory drain assembly question
Thanks for the suggestion e-plumber. I bought one of those grid strainers today for only $10!

: : Has anyone ever heard of a lavatory drain assembly that is like the typical tub drain? I would like for there to be a plate with holes that keep things like rings, etc. from going down the drain, but yet still allow you to plug up the drain.

: : If this doesn't exist, is there something you can put in the bottom of the sink that is permanent that keeps these things from going down? I would be willing to give up the ability to plug up the sink.

: Reply:
: You can purchase and install a grid strainer drain assembly on the basin, it does not have pop-up for plugging the basin. It is usually used in commercial applications but will serve its purpose for you. It has a chrome finish and will look fine. Plumbing supply houses sell them.
: Good Luck. e-plumber




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