Tip Toe Bathtub Tub Drain Conversion Kit Assembly
Tub Drain Trim Kit with Two Hole Overflow Faceplate
The bathtub drain kit assembly is made of original solid brass and stainless steel 304 material. This tub drain kit provides strength and reliability.
This tub drain trim kit with thread adapter fits 1-3/8 inches or 1-1/2 inches of tub drain waste as optional
This bathtub drain kit is easy to push to open and push again, then close with our hands
This tub drain and overflow kit with 1-3/8 in. NPSM thread connection is suitable for bathtub drain system and 1-1/2 in. NPSM American adapter optional
bathtub drain kit including washer, Two-hole overflow faceplate, Two pieces 1/4 in.-20 UNC faceplate screws.
Bathtub trim set with tip toe drain plug and faceplate
1-5/8 inch O.D. refined thread exterior fits 1-3/8 inch NPSM (16 UNC)
1-7/8 inch O.D. coarse thread exterior fits 1-1/2 inch NPSM (11.5 UNC)
Introduction: what is the Tip Toe Bathtub Tub Drain, Conversion Kit?
A Tip Toe Bathtub Tub Drain Conversion Kit can save you the time and hassle of trying to unclog a bathtub drain. The kit contains everything you need to convert your tub drain from a standard configuration to a Tip Toe configuration.
The Tip Toe Bathtub Tub Drain Conversion Kit includes a new drain strainer, drain body, and overflow plate. The kit also comes with installation instructions.
The Tip Toe configuration is easier to clean because it doesn’t have as many nooks and crannies for hair and debris to get stuck in. The conversion only takes about an hour to complete.
Step 1: remove the old drain.
A new product has recently come on the market that is sure to be a game changer for those who have difficulty bending down and reaching their feet in the bathtub. The Tip Toe Bathtub Tub Drain Conversion Kit Assembly allows you to convert your bathtub drain from a standard location to a more reachable one. This can be done in just a few minutes without calling a plumber.
Step 2: clean out drain hole
Assuming you have a clogged drain hole, the first step is to clean it out. You can do this by using a plunger or a plumber’s snake. If you have a plunger, simply place it over the drain hole and pump it up and down. The suction will help to dislodge the clog. If you’re using a snake, insert it into the drain hole and turn it clockwise. The snake will grab onto the clog and allow you to pull it out. Once the clog is removed, flush the drain with hot water to remove any debris.
Step 3: Install a new drain gasket.
A bathtub drain conversion kit can save you the hassle and expense of having to replace your tub. The kit includes a new drain, overflow plate, and screws. You will need a screwdriver, pliers, and a hammer to assemble the kit. The first step is to remove the old drain. Use the screwdriver to remove the screws that hold the overflow plate in place. Then use the hammer to lightly tap the overflow plate until it comes loose. Next, use the pliers to twist and pull the old drain out of the tub.
Step 4: install new strainer body
Assuming you’re talking about a sink:
Installing a new strainer body is easy with a few simple tools. You’ll need a wrench to loosen the old strainer body and a Phillips head screwdriver to remove it. Then, take the new strainer body and line up the holes with the screws on the sink. Use the Phillips head screwdriver to tighten it in place. Finally, use the wrench to snug everything down.
Step 5: Install new tip toe
If you want to convert your regular bathtub drain to a Tip Toe Drain, follow these easy steps. You can have your new Tip Toe Drain installed and working properly in just a few minutes.
- Begin by removing the old drain from your tub. You’ll need a wrench or pliers to loosen the screws that hold it in place.
- Once the old drain is removed, clean out any debris or gunk that may be left behind.
- Next, take the new Tip Toe Drain and line it up with the opening in your tub. Make sure that the drain is centered and level before proceeding.
- Use the provided screws to attach the new drain in place. Again, make sure that everything is tight and level before moving on.
- Now that you’ve attached the new drain, it’s time to put the toilet back together. Put the tank bolts back in place and tighten.