end of the PVC drain pipe to the P-trap by sliding it over the P-trap’s outlet. Tighten the connection using an adjustable wrench.
Step 6: Connect the PVC Drain Pipe to the Drain Line
Connect the other end of the PVC drain pipe to the drain line. Apply Teflon tape to the threads of the drain line to ensure a watertight seal. Slide the PVC drain pipe over the drain line and tighten the connection with an adjustable wrench.
Step 7: Test the Drain
Before you complete the installation, it’s important to test the drain to ensure that there are no leaks. Fill the sink with water and let it drain. Check for any leaks around the connections. If there are leaks, tighten the connections until they are snug.
Step 8: Apply Plumber’s Putty
Apply plumber’s putty to the underside of the sink drain. This will ensure a watertight seal between the sink and the drain.
Step 9: Install the Sink Drain
Install the sink drain by placing it in the drain opening of the sink. Tighten the mounting bolts using a screwdriver.
Step 10: Connect the Water Supply
Finally, connect the water supply to the sink. Turn on the water supply and check for leaks. If there are no leaks, your double vanity is now ready to use.
Plumbing a drain for a double vanity may seem like a daunting task, but by following these simple steps, you can complete the installation efficiently and with confidence. Always remember to turn off the water supply before beginning any plumbing work and to test for leaks before completing the installation. With proper installation, your double vanity will function efficiently and provide years of use.