Look for a small screw in the center of the shower drain cover. Use a screwdriver to remove the screw. Don’t worry if you can’t find the screw, only some covers utilize a screw down setup to keep the cover in place.
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Use a plumber snake to remove the clog if that is why you removed the cover. Otherwise proceed with replacing the shower drain cover. If there was sealant or adhesive use the same kind (plumber’s sealant or adhesive) and apply a small amount just inside the opening of the drain. Line up the cover and place it firmly over the opening. Replace the center screw if there is one. Replace the drain stopper if there was one in place.
A shower drain cover, as the name suggests, is a small cover that is placed over a shower or bathtub drain. If has a small grate design and allows water to pass through while trapping debris such as hair. The purpose is to prevent things such as hair from getting down the drain and causing a clogged drain that could damage the drain and pipes.