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I am not a professional mechanic and this video is not meant to be a definitive how to.Always consult a professional repair manual before starting your repair.I am not responsible for any problems that you might incur by watching or following this video.
Thom Prestino demonstrates an easy solution to the slow draining problem of vessel sinks with no overflow holes using screen drains. Before hiring someone to get on your roof and snake out the air vent atop your home, simply drill out larger 1/4″ holes in your screen drain, widening only the existing center array of 7 holes (Thom said five because he was in a hurry). It preserves symmetry of the screen drain design without the need or risk of drilling out the perimeter array of holes that could nick or damage the vessel.
This was a satisfactory fix for this application, although the left sink still worked slightly better than the one on the right, perhaps because it was closer to the pipe drain behind the wall.
Not depicted in this video was another improvement. For added suction power, when drilling was complete, Thom moved the drill head back and forth just once in each of the six drilled out holes to create a slight bend in each hole in the screen drain, resulting in a concave dip to the center hole. Both drains now have a vortex, not a sitting pond of water in the vessel.
Backstory: During a bathroom remodel we discovered slow draining pair of newly installed vessel sinks with no overflow holes. Additional drain vents for each sink had already been installed underneath and we snaked the drain to ensure there wasn’t any calcium or other deposits built up during the construction process since the water was turned off for quite some time. There wasn’t.
The surface tension of the water in these small screen drain holes doesn’t allow for sufficient air flow as you can see from the bubbling and hear in the endless trickling of drops. Until the manufacturers of these screen drains change this by design or begin to sell only pop up drains, here is the simpler fix if you would like to keep the strainer type design.