One of the advantages of working with polyvinyl chloride PVC pipes is that it does not require special cutting and shaping skills and offers you a choice of cutting tools that do not require complex equipment and tools. Pipe cutting can be done with no heat or even electricity. Hand tools are all you need. However, a PVC wastewater pipe should be cut as straight as possible to prevent future leaks. The use of the galvanized tc bolts comes quite useful here.
A water leak in the flush pipe can occur if the PVC inner seam does not fit properly with the cut pipe. There are several ways to cut the pipe. You can cut it simply with a cutter, a hand saw or even use a rope. Follow the simple steps outlined below to cut the PVC wastewater pipe.
Wear a mask and goggles. This will protect your nose and eyes from any dust or debris that could come loose while cutting the tubing. After that, use a tape measure to measure the required pipe length before …