Bottle Traps

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    Choose The Perfect Bottle Trap For Your Bathroom

    Bottle traps for sinks are perhaps the most important tool in your bathroom.

    They are a necessity for any bathroom, as they help to keep your space hygienic by trapping particles and preventing them from entering the drain. This means that you don't have to worry about clogs or odors coming from your sink.

    When it comes to drainage, bottle traps are an integral part of maintaining a safe and clean environment. All of our bottle traps are made with high quality materials, and they can be used with any type of faucet. The steel is strong enough to withstand heavy use, so you'll never have to worry about it breaking down over time.

    Bottle Traps For Sinks: The Little Things That Make All The Difference

    Bottle traps are a necessity in any bathroom. They keep your sink clean and smelling fresh, and they're also a great way to add some style to your bathroom.

    Our bottle traps come with a variety of benefits: good looks, an airtight seal for easy cleaning, and a free-flowing design for maximum efficiency. You'll never have to worry about clogged drains again!

    Effective waste management is integral to keeping a clean space. Bolster your system with our range of waste plugs; available in floor waste and basket designs, you can choose the best option for your sink.


    FAQs

    What is the function of a bottle trap?

    Designed to house a constant water flow, bottle traps provide a water seal between your appliance and any external drainage systems. This prevents any displeasing odours, insects, or other unpleasantries from entering your home through the drains.


    Are bottle traps necessary?

    Bottle traps are an integral part of your plumbing system. Not only do they keep unpleasant smells from re-entering your home, they also block out potentially harmful gases that could infiltrate your space through the drainage systems.


    Can I use a bottle trap on my kitchen sink?

    Bottle traps are best used and most efficient in bathroom settings. Due to the nature of a kitchen, they can quickly fill up with debris and food waste if used in an inappropriate setting.