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Should i use silicone or plumbers putty for sink drain?

If you don't seal the area between the sink's drain body and the actual sink surface, water will leak out between the two and begin dripping under the sink. Some people prefer the more modern waterproof material called silicone caulk, while others prefer the more traditional plumbing material called plumber's putty.

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