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  1. I'm using a Gleico clay trap under my sink in my studio. Is there a more substantial one that you recommend? Thanks!
  2. Does anyone have experience with the Gleco Sink Traps or the Buffalo Trap-Eze sediment containers? I'm starting a (very) small home studio, plan to dump my heavy sludge water outside, but want a sink trap when washing hands and some equipment. The Buffalo Trap-Eze container and fittings are less expensive, but seem similar to the gleco. Anyone with insight in comparing these 2 or have other insights? Thanks, -Adam
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