• Stainless steel washbasin downpipe washbasin drainer set washbasin bounce flap washbasin basin deodorant
  • Stainless steel washbasin downpipe washbasin drainer set washbasin bounce flap washbasin basin deodorant
  • Stainless steel washbasin downpipe washbasin drainer set washbasin bounce flap washbasin basin deodorant
  • Stainless steel washbasin downpipe washbasin drainer set washbasin bounce flap washbasin basin deodorant
  • Stainless steel washbasin downpipe washbasin drainer set washbasin bounce flap washbasin basin deodorant
Stainless steel washbasin downpipe washbasin drainer set washbasin bounce flap washbasin basin deodorant
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Question: Which one is better, washbasin drainer flap or bounce type

Answer: Answer: The flap is good, not easy to break, and the bounce is easy to break, easy to block the flap, the failure rate is low, and the bounce is convenient and fast. To the end, it is better to use the replica, and the replica does not leak water.

Question: To buy toilet basin water, what is the difference between bouncing water and flap water...

Answer: Answer: The bouncing one is easier to go into the water, smoother and easier to operate; for the replica version, if the hair falls in later, it will cause the flap to be inflexible, because its edge is stuck by a rubber ring, which makes it difficult to will leak.

Question: The copper flap of the sink drainer fell off

Answer: A: Put it back, press it and it will recover. If you can't find it, buy a launcher, and take out the flipper and take a photo to deal with it beforehand.

Question: How to Remove the Flap of a Washbasin Drainer

Answer: Answer: Just put the flap plug upright and pull it upwards to take it out. Similarly, when you put it back, you can press it back at the same angle. The diameter of the flap plug of the washbasin's water outlet is slightly smaller than the diameter of the water outlet, and it is joined by the rubber ring sleeved on the plug and the slightly concave water outlet.

Question: What should I do if the rubber ring in the flap of the flap drainer is broken? Can it be replaced?

Answer: Answer: You can leave him alone. If you change it, you need to replace the outer ring as a whole.

Question: Drain the washbasin. What should I do if the flip plate can't be pressed?

Answer: A: It cannot be turned over because it is stuck. You can try: 1. Blanch with boiling water for 1-3 minutes, and tap lightly; 2. Put a drop or two of cooking oil on the seam of the flip cover and tap lightly; 3. Tap the edge of the flip cover with a wooden stick; 4. Use a screwdriver from below ( It is best to use one word) to poke upwards and one side; one of the above four types should be able to be opened, and remember to turn it several times after opening.

Question: The vanity basin drainer has a thin rubber ring and plastic under the basin. It turns out...

Answer: Answer: Remove from the bottom of the basin

Question: Is the basin drainer more durable for bouncing or the durability of the flap?

Answer: A: The bouncing structure is more complicated and more easily damaged. A flipper is recommended.

Question: If the washbasin drainer (flipper) is taken out, how to put it back?

Answer: A: You can't press it back when you take it out. If you don't believe me, try it. Generally, don't use the press flap. No matter how good the basin drain flap is, the small flap is designed by the manufacturer. If it has not been bad, who will the product be sold to. If you don't need water from the basin, just use it, wait for the water to rot, and then replace it with a new one. If you have high requirements, then ask a master to replace it with a new one...

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