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Posted on: 2016-04-27 11:33:28
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Use what you have in your home to get rid of a blocked sink

When you get a blocked sink Swiss Cottage, you should not call the plumber at once or try to pour hazardous chemicals into the drain. You can use some simple methods or household objects that can help you to unclog the kitchen skin and you will not have to pay anything extra. In order to prevent future clogs, you have to keep kitchen oils, solids and food waste from going into the drain. Even when the sink has not yet clogged yet, you may use the vinegar and baking soda method as a regular way to maintain the sink drains so that they can continue to operate in a smooth way. You can try out some other DIY tips to help you unclog your kitchen sink.

The first step is to use a plunger. Make sure that the cup of the plunger is able to completely cover the drain opening and make sure that all other outlets have been plugged using wet rags. You can hold the plunger in an upright manner and do a plunging motion up to 10 times using vigorous strokes.

The second step is to pour baking soda into the drain and follow it up with white vinegar. The acidic reaction will follow and you should follow this with hot water. You can also put baking soda with salt in the drain and let it sit for some time before you can follow it using the boiling water. You should then un-bend a wire hanger or use the snake within the drain to try to pull out the things that have made the clog. Instead of using the baking soda and vinegar only when you have a blocked sink Swiss Cottage, you can use them every 3 to 4 weeks with hot water to ensure that the pipes are kept free of any buildup.

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