sempak. Sink. February 04th , 2018.
How to Unclog Kitchen Sinks! So many things get shoved down the kitchen sink, from dinner leftovers to the occasional fork, and whatever the kids decide to put down the drain while you are not looking. It is no wonder that kitchen sinks seem to get clogged up so often. If you called a plumber every time that the sink got clogged you would probably not be able to afford to keep the house that the sink is in. Therefore, knowing how to unclog the sink yourself is a very valuable skill.
Most clogs are due to a combination of hair, soap and tepid water. A simple formula of everyday household items can probably clear the drain. Vinegar and baking soda can frequently unclog drains. To try this method, remove everything from the sink, then pour ' cup of baking soda down the drain. About 30 seconds later, pour one cup of vinegar down the drain. Cover the drain with a pot lid or bowl and wait about 15 minutes. If this does not clear the clog the first time, try it two or three more times.
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If vinegar and baking soda do not successfully unclog the sink, try using hot water. Boiling water can sometimes unclog a drain. To try this method, boil a gallon of water and slowly pour it down the drain. Only do this if you have metal pipes, since PVC pipes can melt or become damaged. This will cause an even bigger mess than a clogged drain. This may create blockage or holes, forcing you to replace the sink's pipes altogether.
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