A: This particular tool is utilized for Tub drains mainly. If you are looking to loosen a kitchen sink strainer/drain you may want to consider Model #16PL0141 Store SKU #1003005268 Husky Basket Strainer Wrench. Look it up on homedepot.com I think it will work better for this application. Hope this Helps!!
A: This tool wouldn’t fit my kitchen sink. I guess it depends on the size of the sink.
A: As others have said this meant to remove bath tubs, but if your drain has a cross bar it might be useful in helping remove it, I would be careful with how much force you used because it is designed for a bathtub drain
A: This particular item originated in Asia. Hope this helps!!
A: This may work if the strainer has a the right size openings. You may want to try the Husky Basket Strainer Wrench, sku 1003005268. Another option is the Husky Pop-Up Plug Wrench, sku 1003005297. Hope this helps!!
A: The smallest side should work. But if not while I was at Home Depot they showed me different tools for different situations. Good luck!!!
A: ? I believe so, as it’s double headed/sided with different sizes each end
A: This did not fit (either end) the bathtub drain.
A: This tool has a large end, and a small end.
A: I also purchased another tool. I don't remember the name. But it's used when the calcium has eaten away at the Drain. And you can't use the Wrench. You actually screw the tool into place then you slow turn to remove Tub Drain. This may be a replacement for the wrench. Good luck!!!!
|Name||Double Ended Tub Drain Wrench||10 in. Heavy Duty Cast Iron Pipe Wrench with 1 in. Jaw Capacity||EZ Change Plumbing Wrench Faucet Installation and Removal Tool||One Stop Wrench for Angle Stops, Straight Stops, and Compression Couplings, 2-in-1 Plumbing Wrench for Common Nut Sizes|
|Wrench type||Specialty Wrench||Valve Stem Wrench||Specialty Wrench|
|Compatible Pipe Size (in.)||1-1/4 in.||3 in.||3/4 in.|
|THD SO SKU||1002816074||1000706245|
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