Replacing a sink drain can stop that annoying leak under your sink. The sink drain connects the sink basin to the plumbing. The attachment (called a strainer basket) can become pitted over time, and its seal might weaken. Luckily, replacing a sink drain is simple.
No Sweat Steps To Replacing A Sink Drain
Bathroom and kitchen sinks use a metal basket called a sink strainer to form a connection between the sink and the drainpipes below. Over time, the sink drain can become worn or pitted and the seal around the drain can become compromised, leading to a leak. If water leaks from your sink when it is full, chances are the sink strainer is at fault. Here are some tips on replacing a sink drain: