P Trap v Bottle Trap

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Ive just managed to fit my P trap, but now I can't close my sink drawer :(

Is it ok to use a small bottle trap instead? Or is there another option?

Many thanks
 
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Ive just managed to fit my P trap, but now I can't close my sink drawer :(

Is it ok to use a small bottle trap instead? Or is there another option?

Many thanks

Begs the question; why is there such a low drawer on your Kitchen sink base unit???
 
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its on my bathroom sink :)

The first drawer has a cut out, the second does not

Thanks for the help though
 
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You mean a basin then, not a sink!
What depth of space do you have to work with? A bottle trap will very likely take up as much downward space as a P trap. Well you might save 50mm/60mm.
 
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its on my bathroom sink :)

The first drawer has a cut out, the second does not

Thanks for the help though

It's not a sink, a sink is a culinary appliance, normally found in the Kitchen or Utility room. You have a basin, wash basin or wash hand basin in a bathroom, cloakroom, shower room or toilet.

Poor breeding, working class??
 

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