Dishwasher drain line - air gap how-to
A quick question as I prepare to drill a hole in my sink cabinet to run the diswasher drain line. I've seen a few tutorials online that show the drain line coming in at the bottom of the sink cabinet, then strapped at the top of the cabinet to create an air gap.
Couldn't I get the same effect without the strapping step by putting the hole for the drain hose at the top of the sink cabinet? Is there a reason why I shouldn't do that?