can someone tell me if this will work
I am having the same problem. . except i think my drain wasnt made with the cross pieces. . instead it has a small ridge that is about 1/16th of an inch wide and the same deep. . on each side going from the top of the drain where the flange is to the bottom of the drain piece.. . .this looks like it would work. . .can someone tell me what they think. .
The Drain Key™
Expands with a crescent type wrench to unlock or install:
1-1/4" or 1-1/2" closet spuds
Jr. basket strainers, Jr. Duo strainers
Tray plug drains and duplex strainers
Removes 1-1/4" or 1-1/2" trap (dirty arm) nipples.
It's unique expanding design allows The Drain Key
to internally grip in a 360° pattern.
this is a tool you all need
No I don't work for this site but this what I use all the time I work in a very old apartment complex this happens to me all the time, I use to use the break a peace off method than hammer with flat screw driver counter clock wise all the time and it does work but can damage the tub depending on tub material.