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Jim Jakosh

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#1 posted 07-12-2017 10:59 PM

I think if you use that galvanized long bucket, when you put a drain in it, it will require a nut on the top to pull the drain secure and therefore will never drain all the way because of the height of the nut. A better solution would be a washtub with the drain built in and sunk under the surface in a relief and it drains completely. I use a double washtub and wash all kinds of stuff in there and don’t worry about getting it dirty.
Here is one for 35 bucks: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Freestanding-Utility-Sink-Laundry-Tub-Floor-Mount-Single-Faucet-Wash-Bowl-Basin-/141930340295?epid=1601345026&hash=item210bb51fc7:g:PD8AAOSwdU1W-yjj

My 2 cents worth…...............cheers, Jim

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