Originally Posted by drudy
I have a 2" well with a bremer check valve. I need to remove the check valve in order to use nu-well tablets to clean the point. Does anyone know where I can buy a grabber to remove the check valve? Or is there another way to clean the point without removing the check valve?
I picked up my new Laticrete 5"x5" tile insert drain yesterday from my local supplier - here in Vancouver. The drain is neatly packed into on box that includes the bonding flange and tile insert section. Like a Kerdi drain from Schluter the drain is available in either ABS or PVC and I ordered the ABS since most Vancouver installations use this black plastic piping.
I was asked to clean up a two bedroom condo up in Whistler not far from my North Vancouver home this week and thought I would share this process with anyone keen enough to tackle the cleaning job of a Schluter Sytems Kerdi drain. The strainer portion of the Kerdi drain comes off easily with just a philips screwdriver unless the tile setter grouted the screws over like the one I worked on.
To access the screws first I used the tip of a sharp drill bit to loosen up the dried grout.
Updated 06-13-2012 at 05:53 PM by johnfrwhipple
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I have better pricing in Bothell Washington for the TOTO Drake in June. It's a good time to update the bathroom.
Parts of the Eastside have a $100.00 rebate for the 1.28 GPF Watersense toilet. Seattle has the $30.00 rebate.
Bellevue, Kirkland, Bothell, Sammamish, Redmond, Issaquah, Seattle, Kenmore, Lynnwood, Everett, Snohomish,
Updated 05-31-2012 at 11:18 AM by Terry