Pop Down® Education 2
It's a lot of work to take apart and re-install a pop-up, as you can see to the left.
Look at the over-flow slots: the trapped, rotting sludge creates a noxious odor. It's virtually impossible to ever clean the sink's hidden over-flow as the entire drain needs to be fully removed and the overflow scrubbed. We see this over and over: folks pouring cleanser down their over-flows trying to stop the smell.
Additionaly, the lever that operates the stopper acts as a hair-hook. The drain begins to clog and slow from day one. The p-trap starts to choke, creating one more maintenance task.
Are the pop-up drains in your home working now? Have you ever had to clean or adjust a drain?
We can recommend a better solution.