I'm pretty sure drain line is fine. Thanks.
Originally Posted by md2lgyk
Are you planning on using a popup drain? If not, you should. Because they have no overflow line (which aids in venting), vessel sinks inherently drain a lot more slowly than regular ones. I know; both of my bathrooms have a vessel sink. One of them has a slightly undersize hole and I've never been able to find a popup drain that will fit. So it has a drain that's just a flat plate with a bunch of small holes in it. Just the surface tension of the water is enough to plug them up. Fortunately, it's in the guest bath, so not often used.
It's not a popup drain but one with the stopper instead. It's a master bathroom so water backup's kind of annoying.
Old pre-renovation sink was a vessel type as well and had a different drain but of the same kind and it used to drain just fine. And I know it's due to this new one's stopper openning considerably lower than the old one.
So, I've got a couple of drains lined up, the one I was asking about and new Kohler one. Supposedly new Kohler finish is not too dark so I'm thinking about checking it out too this weekend. That Kohler one would be a *perfect* fit.
Yeah, I know which drain type you talking about, one w/o the stopper. I remember showing it to my wife before and got a definitive no.
So, here we are. Thanks for your comments!