Hi, I am a total dunce when it comes to all things plumbing but i really don't want to call out a plumber for such a minute job. So please excuse the terminology/ignorance!
I used to have a tabletop dishwasher. The kitchen sink U Bend has the old drainage pipe attached to it (branching off) which i want to take off because it's in the way. It looks as if it can just be unscrewed & capped, with the correct part. The challenge is that i am housebound/disabled. My carer will be unscrewing it, which she is happy to do, but i cant ask her to unscrew it & go across town to the store to get something that fits, as it will take too long & her time is very limited & i need her here.... so i need to buy the part online before hand, but i have no idea of what type/size of part i need, what it might be called... A quick google search revealed all kinds of different bits.
Could you knowledgeable people pls tell me what i need to buy in order to be able to move the dishwasher pipe & secure it so it doesn't leak after removal? Not sure if such things are a standard size & if not whether there is a way to tell what size it is without removing it?
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