Basin & Bath Waste

Basin and Bath Waste

At soak.com, our diversified range of basin and bath wastes comprises of a variety of styles to meet all your bathroom needs. No matter what kind of basin or bath you have, you can be assured that we have wastes and complementary accessories to fit, alongside our range of taps.

To ensure that your new bath and basin wastes will last you longer than you can imagine, we have produced them using chrome plated solid brass. This tops of the product with a sleek and attractive gleam.

Bath Waste Options

Choose one of our pop-up chrome bath wastes with overflow caps to fit any of our straight baths and shower baths. We have pop-up bath wastes complete with bath filler that are suitable for shower mixers.

These will bring you simplicity and convenience that compliments your brand new bath taps. We also have classic unslotted pop-up bath plugs for baths without an overflow system. This means that you need look no further for the perfect bath waste.

Basin Waste Styles

We have a vast array of basin wastes for you to choose from. However, before you decide which one you would like to purchase to purchase, it may be worth checking which type of basin waste is needed for your particular basin. Read our helpful buying guide or view this handy basin waste guide infographic before making your selection.

Once you know which kind of basin you need, choose the type of design you want to use in your bathroom. Our push button basin pop-up wastes are a very popular and modern choice. However, we also offer traditional plug and chain basin wastes.

Our rod-operated basin wastes cater for your every need and you can also choose a bath waste with overflow filler to fit with your new shower mixer. If not you can go for a simple pop up bath waste to suit a roll top or freestanding bath.

Selecting Your Basin Waste

The type of basin or bath waste you need is dependent on whether your basin has an overflow system or not. You need a slotted waste if your basin does include an overflow and if it does not then you would select an unslotted basin waste.

A slotted waste is not suitable for a basin without an overflow and an unslotted waste should not be used for a basin with an overflow.