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Removing a shower drain cover is useful for replacing the cover, cleaning out the shower drain, troubleshooting a clogged drain or ensuring the safe use of liquid drain cleaners. Removing the cover is different from removing the actual drain. Removin
I had this problem so I researched on the internet and there are several different possibilities and several different solutions. First I removed the dishes from the dishwasher which were still dirty because dirty water backed up on the dishes and ca
Shower drain covers are generally one of the most important shower accessories, because they help to prevent materials such as hair from clogging up the pipe. There are many different types, but one must often consider the type of drain and the style
If you are running a steam boiler system in your facility, you should be treating your system’s condensate to ensure system longevity and peak efficiency. Operating with no condensate treatment could mean disaster for you down the line. What the heck
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How can I treat plywood surface to make it into drainer board? In terms of finish, the only sure way to waterproof wood is with a good film finish. While epoxy finishes, such as used in marine applications, are absolutely waterproof common interior v
The line drains toward the top of the picture and out to the sewer. The builder installed a furnace and placed it such that it didn't cover any of these pipes: The placement of the furnace would have blocked a wall I want to put in to finish the base
Drain stoppers prevent clogs, but like any home element, they need some TLC. No matter how good your drain stopper is, hair is bound to make its way through. Sadly, if you do not clean your drain stopper every so often, clogs will occur
67drake wrote: I wouldn't. How do you know it is? ratkindler wrote: The pipes are chrome and when I tried to remove the p-trap nuts they basically shattered. Drake, that right there is a pretty good clue that there is a problem with what remains of t