How to Seal a Sink

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After installing a new or refurbished sink for a remodeled kitchen or bathroom, seal the existing drain lines and water pipes to avoid water damage. Learn how in this free online DIY home improvement video.

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Video Transcript

I’m Lee. I have a degree in architecture and about ten years construction experience. We just installed a sink from, probably from the fifties, into a house from the seventies. And what we want to do is seal everything up around the drain pipes and around all the wires coming in from the dishwasher and everything. And just get some spray foam and secure the pipe and then you want to spray foam around the drain. And don’t worry about getting it everywhere- after it dries you can just trim it off and paint it if you’d like. Also, in the wall back here, we have- you can see right outside. You just want to spray foam on everything in here and seal it up and then…seal up all the existing drain lines and water pipes.


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