A friend of mine got some fancy undermount sink for his throne room
sink and said it had no overflow drain. I told him not to worry about
and not to install the pop-up stopper if he was concerned.
Then I got to thinking...
No overflow drain in slop sinks...
No overflow drain in kitchen sinks...
Seems that only in bathroom sinks is an overflow drain standard
Anyone know why?
I had a simular situation of confusion concerning sinks and drains
when I bought a vanity, vessel sink, faucet & drain, the whole set
basically and I figured it would be simple to put it all together and
to my surprise it was pretty confusing haha Spend about an hour
banging the drain up against my head. :-) But luckily the place i
bought it all from (moderndanish.com) had helpful videos and phone
support to walk me through it. I think as long as the place you're
buying it from has really good support than that really helps!!!
Just one of my random thoughts :-)
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