If only that were a Coors can, you'd know exactly when not to get in the shower.
Just because you're the landlord doesn't mean you have any idea what you're doing.
User binarycortex describes this fix: Live in the desert? Pipe burst? No more plumbing parts in the state? No problem! Radiator hoses were built to take water under pressure.
Just be careful when you light a match. ~Not-So-Handy Andy
I see a secondary source of drinking water. Mmmm buck fresh!
Or some sort of upside-down bidet....
From the submitter:
wife: Honey, I want a dual showerhead so we can shower together. husband: Well, I have been trying to use up every plumbing part I have. wife: Ooh, and I can use my hair net to stop the leak
So That's why mop water is always so gross. I now severely regret that time I had a taste. ~Not-So-Handy Andy
But still worse than pretty much any other option. ~Not-So-Handy Andy
SOMEBODY'S not pulling their weight around here. Soap, I'm looking at you.
Pipe from shower drain broke. 25' of sump pump tubing+zip ties+duct tape=PROBLEM SOLVED!