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Old 03-25-2006, 06:24 AM   #1
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I recently removed one of the three bathrooms in my house. My problem is that where the toilet drain and two floor drains are need to be sealed off. They are older cast iron pipe and I have concrete floring.

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I recently removed one of the three bathrooms in my house. My problem is that where the toilet drain and two floor drains are need to be sealed off. They are older cast iron pipe and I have concrete floring.
You can get rubber plugs for most if not all sizes of pipe. You put the plug in pace and tighten to seal.

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