How To Unclog a Shower With Standing Water FAST & EASY



Do your showers turn into baths after 5 minutes? Standing water in showers is almost always a direct result of a clogged drain. Luckily, the fix is quick and easy and doesn’t require any intensive labor.

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28 thoughts on “How To Unclog a Shower With Standing Water FAST & EASY

  1. i have a shower in my basement and the shower drain has stand water. I did the plunger and vacuum but no go. I notice the water on the sink next to the shower goes to the shower drain as well and you can see bubbles coming out of the shower drain from the sink water. I was told it's a sewer problem and needed rodding. Is this true?

  2. watched this and learned my trick at the 13 second mark ๐Ÿ˜€ all i needed to do was plunge it.
    thanks dude๐Ÿ™‹โ€โ™‚๏ธ

  3. I do not have a wet and dry machine. there is no way to remove the drain cover as it is integrated in the unit and if I got caught vacuuming water I would be shot.๐Ÿ˜ข

  4. Worked like a charm! I wish I had discovered your video about 2 hours earlier… I snaked, I plungered, I swore. Then I shop vac'd. Was still a 15 minute job, pretty bad case, but now flow is awesome! Way off topic now, BTW: I once emptied out a ground-based hornet's nest using a shop vac. I used 2 shop vacs in case one died. Dug up nest once I had all the buggers in the shop vac. Have to "stuff" the holes in shop vac with rags to keep 'em in there. Let them sit in the sun that way for a couple of days. No stings!

  5. Hello Jim, how do I do this is my shower drain doesn't have screws? It's just stuck on there and it doesn't come off. Any help would be super helpful. Thank you!!

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