Sink. Tuesday , March 13th , 2018 - 02:21:24 AM
If the plunger does not clear the clog, try a sink auger. These devices can be purchased for about $20 each in any hardware store and can save you from having to call a plumber. Each device works a little bit differently, so be sure to follow the directions that come with the device.
If the sink auger does not successfully unclog the sink, try using a chemical drain cleaner. Read the labels of the various drain cleaners if you have a septic tank, since only some cleaners are safe to use with a septic tank. Follow the instructions on the bottle.
Also, say that copper faucet contains lead! Use the national standard H59 copper faucet, and after 24 hours salt spray test, in line with C / T 1043-2007 \"faucet lead precipitation limit\" of this provision. Do not have to worry too much.
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