Plumbers and all: help on convex to concave tub drain strainer
Hi. I could use your help on how to replace a new 3" strainer dome cover with a 3" concave, central screw tub drain cover. Does that make sense?
The problem is some water is remaining outside of the tub's drain in the tub when the drain is open. This is because of the dome design of the drain cover: the stainless rises up rather than is flat or inverted down. Weird. I don't truly know who made this cover as I personally wasn't involved with its selection.
We have hard water, a new tub finish, and I just want a 3" concave (or flat) tub drain cover with central screw to fit in whatever brand of drain pipe is below it to work. Not is always as simple as it seems, and I appreciate your help. Thanks.