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Does anyone know of a product that traps rings, etc when HO drops something in their sink? What experience do you have, if any, using a product like this?
 

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Hi there sevell, How about an introduction from you first? Just go ahead and click on the link here http://www.plumbingzone.com/f3/ and post a bit about yourself. Like how long you been doing plumbing, where you plumb at, what code you follow. Just a little something so we can get to know you a bit more.

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I know of many products, but this furom is for professionals and we require that you introduce yourself to the gang before we will help you out. This is assuming you are a proffesional.
 

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Does anyone know of a product that traps rings, etc when HO drops something in their sink? What experience do you have, if any, using a product like this?
We don't have any experience with these products, we are just a bunch of DIYers posing as plumbers on the Internet. Be cool and post some more, we don't bite :whistling2:
 

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Use a strait pipe and a red Folgers coffee can.
It's called the DIY trap made by no experience industries.
 

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An introduction to who I am

Happy to introduce myself. I'm neither a plumber, nor a DIY-er. I have a small graphic design firm with a new client introducing a new product to plumbers. Basically, I wanted to find out what professionals thought of these replacement drain traps that catch rings and things... if it would be something professionals would use, or if they think it's pure bull$#!t. The product is called Safe-T-Trap. Would anyone be interested in telling me what they think? Thanks.
 

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Dump 1 can(full) of fresh bacon grease down sink and run cold water for 3o seconds, leave set for 12 hrs. Return with wife and ask why the hell do u wear ur damn rings while washing dishes!:huh::innocent:
 
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