It’s a rather gross feeling when you step into the shower, turn it on and water almost immediately starts pooling at your feet. This means you have a clogged drain. It’s a common problem that has a few different solutions depending on the source of the clog. Here are five tips for preventing and fixing clogged drains.
Watch What Goes down Sensitive Drains
Older homes are especially prone to clogged drains thanks to out-of-date plumbing. Any liquids full of dust, dirt, pet hair and other substances should not be poured down sensitive drains. You can also use a shower hair trap to keep both human and pet hair from going down the drain.