Saturday, December 30, 2017

Plumbing

Day 31

A Trap for Scampy's Sink

11:01am
[Project #1]
We do not care for the look of Scampy's under-sink drain lines. They are made from clear plastic. The sludge in there is ugly.

We have a product named:
Green Gobbler Bio-Flow

This Green Gobbler claims to clean stuff  like Scampy's sludge. But a trap is needed in order give Green Gobbler a chance to work.

This trap is fashioned out of plumbing parts [ie: Plastic tubing and plastic plumbing fittings]. We will publish a pic when this Trap Project is finished.


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12:04pm: 
Cabinet shelf
[Project #2]
We have a cabinet where foot ware is kept. We have gotten fed up with the shoes, boots, slippers, etc, just thrown around in that cabinet. It's  a terrible mess!

This morning, we bought hardware and plywood to fabricate up a shelf for all of that foot wear.




6:53pm:
Before and After
The first pic below, is the under-sink plumbing before adding a drain trap.

Old drain line [No trap]


New drain line [With trap]




The Moon appears very close this evening!

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2 comments:

  1. The new drain trap looks better Now. You did a good job on it as usual George.

    Joe

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    1. Hi Nancy and Joe,

      "As usual" is a nice compliment! Thank you!

      George

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