Sun 22 Nov, 2020 02:07 am
hey guys i feel like I'm about to die bc i was washing my moms shoe and the lace for her shoe fell down the bathtub drain what do i do
Is it critical that that particular shoelace be rescued? I think shoelaces are fairly cheap, although I guess it's been awhile since I've priced them.
I don't know anything of plumbing, but it's probably in the trap beneath the drain, at least so long as you don't run a lot of water down the drain. You could get a wrench and disassemble the trap.
Or perhaps you could stick a wire down the drain and hook it and pull it back up.
Straighten out an old coat hanger and use it to fish the lace out of the drain
I think its gone now. I already tried
I don't know the first thing about taking apart a drain trap with a wrench, but I know it can be done.
The question is how important is it to put a large effort into recovering it. Is this a priceless family heirloom, or something that you can replace for fifty cents?
I think (and they can correct me if I'm wrong) that the OP is afraid it'll clog the drain.
A worldwide pandemic is raging across the land making the four horsemen of the apocalypse look like Disney characters, and yet the loss of a cherished bootstrap can bring a tear to my eye.
The loss of this lace is knot a joke, and who, who amongst y'all has even considered the fate of the aglet as the two are invariably linked.
I think it may have been Einstein who said, C4H4AsH, this is the end.