|Posted by hj on June 27, 2001 at 09:13:43:|
|In response to Re: Grout removal from shower drain|
Swimming pool Muriatic acid is about the only thing that will dissolve it, assuming it is not an epoxy grout. It will be a slow, cafeful process since you have to extract the used acid when it no longer has activity against the grout and pour in new acid. A suction unit such as a turkey baster and rubber gloves used carefully will perform the extraction.
: Hello the handyman regrouted the shower and got a bunch down the drain, i chiped out what i could see and have put every chemical down the drain i could think of but the drain still runs slowly, i tried pushing a snake in but could only get it so far... does anyone know of a way to get grout out of the drain, any chemicals.... I want to do this since the quality of our handyman sucks to begin with since it was him the washed the grout in the drain to begin with.
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