What I always do with drains which are not used or rarely used, is poor in
a bit of neutral vegetable oil. This way the evaporation of water stops and
sewergas will not enter your house. Also with small streams, for instance
condensationwater from your heating, the oil will stay on top of the water.
You only have to check it once or twice a year if there’s enough oil left.
He wastes more bottled water than my kids.
anyone know how to deal with this in an rv trailer build..??
2:46 made me laugh, what a morbid example in an otherwise normal video.
Great information but I can see some people being confused about – how do I
fill those traps with water?
solution could be a deep seal trap
so much knowledge, I can’t handle, please help
Why do you say the word capillary different to the UK.
Very true and very very important.
For people who have un-used bathrooms in their basement: Go into those
bathrooms and flush the toilet every 2 or 3 months to refill the bowl
(water evaporated from that bowl), and let the water run in the sink for 10
to 15 seconds, also to re-fill the trap with more water. That’s what I do.
Could also be the amount of toothpaste being used in the
househould..toothpaste can cause a vacuum to form in bathroom sinks even
where there is a proper air vent
This was awesome thanks
f…fax? phax? what is that?
is this the same for airplane toilets
I don’t understand. . . In my country I never use any went, me myself lives
in two story house with full scale bathroom on the second floor, and I
never had any problems with trap or toilet gurgling you know, so. . . I
don’t think that it IS that nescesary to went every trap in the building. .
I seen a drain line for a washer that had a duck billed valve on the top.
Pretty much does the same thing that mechanical one does. Is that ok?
I’ve seen the water bounce in my toilets in a really windy day.
There’s also a maximum distance a vent can be from the fixture and still be
Add a clamp at the drain stack where you insert the drain hose for $3.50 to
fix allow air to offset drain
Brillant, thank you, sandy
Rich is awesome
I wish ppl would just learn to compost n u won’t have toilet issues and ur
helping mother earth!!!!
Very informative! And I appreciate how quickly he goes through the various
causes, not belaboring it unnecessarily into a 20 minute video. Great job!
really helpfull, got a bathroom to install and was getting conflicting info
on venting. now i understand a bit more and feel more confident thanks.
what is the piece that was used instead of the roof vent called? I need to
buy one badly .
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