Can you remove drain cover?
Top-set drain covers are pushed into the drain hole and pipe and are held in place through pressure. They are always built slightly larger than the hole in which they fit, or they have gaskets. In either case, the only way to remove these types of covers is to pry them loose.
How do you unscrew a drain cover?
Hold the stopper body in place and unscrew the top knob (counterclockwise) with pliers and a rag or rubber grippy to prevent scratching. Unscrew the brass insert beneath with a flathead, then lift the stopper. From the open position, lift and look for a set screw. If no screw, simply turn counterclockwise to remove.
How do I remove an old bathtub drain?
Set the drain to its open position. Unscrew the knob on the top of the drain stopper to see if there is a set-screw underneath. If your drain stopper has a set-screw, use a small screwdriver or a hex key to unscrew it. Twist the entire stopper counterclockwise until it pulls free from its mounting post.
How do you remove an old shower drain flange?
REMOVAL OF EXISTING SHOWER DRAIN BODY
- Remove drain cover with flat blade screwdriver.
- Remove the crown nut by unthreading it using needle nose pliers.
- Extract the compression seal exposing drain pipe and shower drain body.
- With mini hacksaw, make two vertical cuts approximately 1” apart through drain body.
How do you get rust off a floor drain?
If the entire cover is rusted to the drain, use a flat head screwdriver to scrape around the edge of the cover and remove as much rust as you can then tap round the edge with a hammer to try to loosen the cover.