How to Caulk a Shower Drain?

Answer Caulk is a joint filler that can help keep your shower drain functioning properly. Without caulk lining the threads of the drain as it is screwed in, water could seep around the drain, damaging the... Read More »

Top Q&A For: How to Caulk a Shower Drain

Why would a shower drain suddenly become so slow that there are inches of standing water after a shower and once the water finally drains why would it appear that debri has come up out of the drain?

answerHair clogs it up. Every 3 mos or so, pour draino or something like it down the drain.the debris is exactly that. its hair or other stuff that floated up when the trap backed up.

Shower drain that drains fine but there is always water in the drain and after a day the water smells you have snaked the drain and used various draino type products with no change?

Answer As you found out Chemicals are useless and in many cases snaking is not going to work to get rid of smells. The water you do see is possibly the water in the trap that keeps dangerous sewer... Read More »

How to Caulk a Drain?

To keep drains functioning properly, apply some caulk to their underside before you screw them in. The caulk will act as a seal around the outside of the drain, helping to direct water to exactly w... Read More »

How to Caulk a Shower Pan?

A solid one-piece fiberglass or plastic shower pan provides a waterproof base without the hassle of cleaning dirty grout joints found on tiled shower floors. The flexible nature of this type of sho... Read More »