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    Okay guys here's the deal. I have a vessel sink that has a overflow and not 100 percent sure how to install it. Have never put one in with a overflow not sure how to seal the bottom of the sink from the top and secure it. Any help would be great!!!

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    Re: Confused!

    vessel sinks / salad bowls, traditionally don't have overflows and therefore usually require a grid strainer that will tighten without the space of an overflow. they also will drain slow due to the grid and lack of overflow air venting.

    rick.
    phoebe it is

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    • #3
      Re: Confused!

      Vessel sink with an overflow uses a specific pop up for that particular install....wait that would just be a normal pop-up right?

      Vessel sink without an overflow uses the special pop-up...

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      • #4
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        Sometimes you need to get creative

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        • #5
          Re: Confused!

          Originally posted by PLUMBER RICK View Post
          vessel sinks / salad bowls, traditionally don't have overflows and therefore usually require a grid strainer that will tighten without the space of an overflow. they also will drain slow due to the grid and lack of overflow air venting.

          rick.
          I tell customers in advance of this problem. Got tired years ago of them blaming it on me.

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