This dip makes it impossible for gasses that may be traveling up through the drains to travel onward and find themselves rising into the bathroom. The trap is installed in such a way that the curve points downward, which also has the extra benefit of trapping water.
You may occasionally find that your shower drain trap encounters some issues, and it can often be difficult to figure out just how you are supposed to go about fixing any such issues. Let’s take a look at how to do it!
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