Floor drains are used in all buildings and places where water may need to drain. They are installed in the floor of the room and are connected to the sewer system for cleaning, accidental floods inside the building and other water problems that may occur inside a building.
Before I would call an expensive plumber (who is also my brother-in-law’s brother and gives me no break on parts or labor, by the way), I went to the store and bought some Drano Max Gel for about four dollars. Soon I was back home and pouring the full contents into my shower, which by that time looked more like a wading pool of filth. I went away for a while hoping it would do its thing.
However, it does not have to be, and there are things you can do to prevent hair loss from happening, or at least delay it before you start getting a reflective surface on the top of your head.
Remove hair and debris from the grate over the Kesmet Wet room drain system, if one is installed. Hair and debris stops the shower from draining properly and produces a smell on its own.
Take the overflow plate off. Bathtubs have two separate drains – one at the bottom of the tube and the other one is the overflow drain, found underneath the faucet. Every couple of months, remove the overflow plate and clean the rocker arm or spring. This will help you prevent a possible bathtub drain blockage.
It most certainly isn’t silly. Unless you have gone through this yourself (and I wouldn’t wish it on anyone,) you have no idea how upsetting it can be. Yes, it may appear to people in our lives that we are taking a pessimistic attitude and assuming the worst case scenario, but it’s hard not to when you are shedding so much hair every single day. Often, we hope for the best. We try positive thinking in the hopes that we will wake up the next morning and find that it is over. But despite this, nothing seems to change. Below, I’ll try to put this in perspective from my own experience and I will try to offer you some reassurance.
Wigs and caps typically don’t damage the hair. With that said, Hair can be damaged if these items are too tight. Just use common sense and you’ll be all right.
While these tips may not prevent hair loss, they can delay it. It could mean the difference between losing your hair at the tender age of 35 and the better, more acceptable age of 65.