A: It's designed for drains with damaged or corroded crossbars. Removes stubborn drains.
A: The adjustable wrench or 1" socket could be used.
A: Been so long since I used it, I don't remember. Believe I just used a large crescent wrench. The trick is to hammer it in a bit first.
A: Nope, you should be able to get the drain free.
A: Sometimes work calls for a hammer. This is not a one-time use tool, and once you remove it from the old drain, you can use it again on the next one.
A: It's not a one time use tool. Pls go to your local Home Depot for exchange another on if you can't take out this one from the drain. Thanks
A: I can’t say, we had no threads on the metal piece of the drain for the tool to grab on to and it seemed like the opening was too big for it. I’d say if your drain still has the threads in it and the opening is not too big, then give it a try. If it doesn’t work out you can always just return the tool like I did.
A: It's for drains with damaged or corroded crossbars. Good luck to you.
A: Nope. It did now work at all on my old tub drain. I will probably have to cut it out and hope I don't damage the tub.
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