I need to put some drain holes in my floor and I would like to find plugs that will keep things sealed up until I need to drain. I usually hose out the inside floor to get rid of mud and sand, but the holes that are there are too small.
Does anyone have any that work well?
I was thinking of using the rubber things that I used to use when I worked on pools. The things with the wing nuts. I was concerned that these would get kicked around all the time.
I'd like to find something like the original plugs that are flush with the floor.
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I believe the holes are 1" and I have bought several of the plastic hole plugs at the local hardware store. They snap in place, and if they break you can always buy more as they are inexpensive. they look like this: