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drain for bathroom sink

Posted by barbara43206 (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 24, 13 at 19:14

Does anyone know whether there's any reason why one couldn't take a pop up drain designed for a vessel sink and install it in a traditional sink in cabinet vanity?

The reason I'm wondering about this is because the vanity cabinet has drawers on one side that interfere with the installation of the rod or connecting arm of a typical pop up drain.

Is there a better solution that I'm missing? Thanks.


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RE: drain for bathroom sink

Our sink has a pop-up drain that doesn't connect with a rod. Haven't installed it yet, but it's a Pfitser push and seal that came with the faucet. You could probably buy them separately...

Here is a link that might be useful: push and seal drain


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RE: drain for bathroom sink

my sink has a pop up drain as well and is not a vessel sink. It screws in.


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RE: drain for bathroom sink

We have these installed in our sinks. We've only been using the bathroom for a few weeks, but they work great so far.

Here is a link that might be useful: Pop up drain


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