by Lee Wyatt
(last updated January 6, 2017)
Have you ever noticed how some bathroom sinks will have a pop-up drain, while others do not? Pop-up drains are great since even the littlest of children are able to use them with little or no teaching. If you do not already have a pop-up drain in your bathroom sink don't worry. Installing a pop-up drain only takes about an hour of your time if you are a complete novice. In fact, this is a wonderful introductory plumbing project that you can use to get your feet wet (figuratively speaking, that is).
This article describes how to install a pop-up drain into a sink that does not already have a drain in place. If you already have a drain attached to your sink, you will need to remove the existing drain pipes and attachments before starting this process.
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