It’s a simple question. You need to act if your drains become clogged with hair. It is possible to make the situation worse if you wait. The problem with your shower drain can be more complex than you might think. There are a few things you can do to prevent clogs from ever happening. We’ll also give you some tips on how to remove clogs. Don’t hesitate to call us if all else fails! You can have the problem solved by professional plumbers!
Install a drain cover
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A drain cover is a great way to stop hair clogs. These screens are simple to find and affordable. These screens are easy to find and even more affordable. If you have enough patience, you can even find screens that are made to fit under the drain screen to capture any hairs that do manage to escape.
Take the hair out
Next, we will discuss extraction. This is not as painful as you might think. Use a brush to brush your hair. This will prevent any loose hairs from getting into the tub’s drains. You can simply remove any hairs that have escaped your notice from the drain.
Flushing the Drains
You could also try flushing the toilets. This requires teamwork and might prove difficult if you live alone. You will need to close all drains from the sink, bathtub, and shower. Next, fill every tub and sink with warm water. Each location should have a person to monitor the toilets and drains. Then, ask everyone to open the drains simultaneously and flush the toilets. This will allow the combined pressure to blast the blockage out.
Use a Sturdy Plunger
Sometimes you will have to dig deep. A blocked drain can be slowed down by natural remedies like vinegar, baking soda and boiling water. However, this is not the case for all cases. You can use a plunger to unblock any debris that is preventing your drains working properly.