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Non-Overflow 1.5-inch Oil Rubbed Bronze Grid Bathroom Sink Drain
Designed to eliminate overflow, this bronze bathroom sink drain is both functional and stylish. The oil-rubbed bronze finish gives it a vintage look that will complement pedestal-style sinks, and the grid design keeps your sink from backing up.
ITEM#: 14003964This grid design oil rubbed bronze bathroom sink drain is designed to reduce or eliminate overflow. It is made of brass and finished with bronze, giving it both durability and style, because it matches pedestal-style sinks, The oil rubbed bronze bathroom sink drain requires assembly, but this can be done with common tools.
- Dimensions: 2.125 inches wide x 8.375 inches long
- Materials: Brass
- Finish: Oil Rubbed Bronze
|Finish||Oil Rubbed Bronze|
|Assembly||Assembled Assembly Required|
|Finish Style||Oil Rubbed|
|Number of Hole||6 or More|
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to match my vessel
looking for an oil rubbed bronze vessel drain (without overflow) with the strainer - no popup. the holes need to be smaller than my hard contact lens ($200 a piece) I currently have a beautiful drain, but it has 9 holes which are so small that the water doesn't drain well at all. Plus its a flat drain, not a domed one. Can you help me solve this problem - current drain doesn't drain well at all. holes need to be larger but not so large a small contact lens would slide down AND no overflow
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