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Old 09-16-2016, 06:01 AM   #31
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Or there could be a reason behind it.

Ever have a sink overflow in your house cause someone left the drain closed.
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Old 09-16-2016, 08:12 AM   #32
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Or there could be a reason behind it.

Ever have a sink overflow in your house cause someone left the drain closed.
Nope. But you raise a good point.

A sink at home couldn't overflow because of the other drain near the lip of the sink (same with the tub); the trailer sink doesn't have that safety drain.
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Good point, no safety drain opening. I've never had a sink overflow at home, even with three daughters and years of cleaning lots of hair out of drains. I'll take the risk that my wife and I won't overflow it. She hates the little removable stopper design with the open hole in the sink just waiting for something to fall in so - decision made for me.
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We use a strainer like this one (clicky). It just sits in the drain and can be easily removed for cleaning. I got one at either Home Depot or Lowes.
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Mine also has a minimal usage stopper??????????
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