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Cleaning Sink Trap
- A plumbing fixture is a device which is part of a system to deliver and drain away water, but which is also configured to enable a particular use.
- (clean) free from dirt or impurities; or having clean habits; "children with clean shining faces"; "clean white shirts"; "clean dishes"; "a spotlessly clean house"; "cats are clean animals"
- the act of making something clean; "he gave his shoes a good cleaning"
- Make (something or someone) free of dirt, marks, or mess, esp. by washing, wiping, or brushing
- Remove the innards of (fish or poultry) prior to cooking
- make clean by removing dirt, filth, or unwanted substances from; "Clean the stove!"; "The dentist cleaned my teeth"
“i got up and walked to the bathroom. i hated to look in the mirror but i did. and i saw depression and defeat. sagging dark pouches under the eyes. little cowardly eyes, the eyes of a rodent trapped by the friggin cat. my flesh looked like it wasn’t trying. it looked like it hated being part of me. my eyebrows hung down, twisted, they looked as if they were demented, demented eyebrow hairs. horrible. i looked disgusting. and i wasn’t even ready for a bowel movement. i was all pled up. i walked over to the toilet to piss. i aimed properly but somehow it came out sideways and splashed on the floor. i tried to re-aim and pisssed all over the toilet seat which i had forgotten to lift. i ripped off some toilet paper and mopped up. cleaned the seat. tossed the paper into the can and flushed. i walked to the window and looked out and saw a cat shit on the roof next door. then i turned back, found my toothbrush, squeezed the tube. too much came out. it flopped wearily against my brush and fell into the sink. it was green. it was like a green worm. i stuck my finger into it, stuck some of it on the brush and began brushing. teeth. what god-damned things they were. we had to eat. and eat and eat again. we were all disgusting, doomed to our dirty little tasks. eating and farting and scratching and smiling and celebrating holidays.”
— charles bukowski, pulp
The replacement parts, all hooked up. There was a little tension in the side nearer the camera here--not sure what caused it, but it took some pulling and some extra Teflon tape to keep the tailpiece under the lefthand sink basket from leaking. Other than that it seems to be fine and dry under there now.
I could clean and re-use the existing p-traps, so I'll be returning the new ones I picked up to Lowes.
Part of me thinks I should have re-designed the whole assembly to leave more room for our kitchen trash can, which normally lives under the sink, but the tailpiece itself doesn't leave much room here.
I'm sure in enough years people will wonder who the heck thought polypropylene and PVC were good ideas for plumbing--but right now I'm thankful to have the plumbing under my sink made entirely from materials that are naturally impervious to water.
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