Brass Shower Drain Strainer
Introduction: The different types of shower drain strainers
There are many different shower drain filters, each with benefits and drawbacks. The three most common types are the hair catcher, the basket strainer, and the grid strainer. The hair catcher is a small cone-shaped filter that sits in the drain and catches hair before entering the pipe. The basket strainer is a metal mesh basket that fits over the drain and catches any large objects before they can enter the tube. The grid strainer is a metal grate that covers the drain opening and catches any small objects before entering the pipe.
Each type of strainer has its advantages and disadvantages. The hair catcher is easy to clean and affordable, but it does not catch all hair.
How to install a shower drain strainer
Installing a shower drain strainer is a straightforward process that takes only a few minutes to complete. The shower strainer prevents large objects from entering the drainage system and clogging it up. This guide will show you how to install a shower drain strainer in your home.
How to clean a shower drain strainer
The shower drain strainer is a small metal grate that sits over the shower drain to catch debris and hair. Over time, the strainer can become clogged with soap scum, dirt, and hair, making it difficult for water to flow down the drain. To clean the filter, you’ll need a screwdriver and a toothbrush.
Remove the screws from the filter and take it off of the drain. Use a toothbrush to scrub away any built-up gunk from the holes in the grate. Rinse off the strainer and reattach it to the drain. Screw in the screws tightly so that it doesn’t come loose.
|Size||4-1/4″ (No thread) with 2″X3-1/2 in|
|Surface||Polishing, Chrome plated|
|Lead time||40 days|