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Old 02-08-2014, 07:40 AM   #1
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Hepvo Waterless P-trap

Anyone have them? They look like a easy install. Reasonably priced if they work as described.
http://drainmaster.com/site/content/hepvo-videos
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Old 02-08-2014, 08:23 AM   #2
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Anyone have them? They look like a easy install.
Interesting.....I'm sure "easy to install" is a relative term...depending on your cabinet size and plumbing configuration [ATTACH][/ATTACH]

I sympathize with anyone having sewer gas issues as it relates to normal use. As far as trap evaporation / sewer gas from long term storage....we use a $2 rubber stopper in the sink and tub - never had a problem.
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A plumber friend told me about putting a little veg. oil in drains keeps water from evaporating
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Anyone have them? They look like a easy install. Reasonably priced if they work as described.
drainmaster.com/site/content/hepvo-videos
I used them some time ago. I think that they are good enough to buy.
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It looks like it would be an easy swap for the kitchen and bathroom sinks. Not sure if the shower would be so easy.
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Saw one on the kitchen trap and he he extended the shelf all the way to the wall for more storage. Said it was an easy hookup and never any gas problems. Thanks for reminding me on that one need to order for a kitchen mod.
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I like it for the room you get. Might do this.
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