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Cap for bidet waste pipe

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by darrenbgray, 17 Nov 2014.

  1. darrenbgray

    darrenbgray

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    Hi,

    I have an old waste pipe from a bidet and am going to tile over it but would like to "cap it off" first. It's flush to the ground.

    Any ideas what I should use please?

     
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    Not sure if you can get a plug for it. Certainly you can get caps which would mean exposing the pipe and cutting it lower as the cap will add to the height.
     
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    Stuff a rag down the hole, then apply a cement plug.....all will be well!
    John :)
     
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    Thanks for this, I was planning on squeezing some expanding foam down there and covering up but thought there might be a proper plug I could put in there.
     
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    There may be a plug available, depending on what sort of drain it is......solvent weld will be a cap and PVC pipe usually uses a plug that fits into a coupling.
    I wouldn't worry about it - your foam will be fine if that's what you want to use.
    John :)
     
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