AMW Plumbing and Heating Inc
We always feel discouraged when the sink takes a little longer to drain than usual. Not to mention the odors that are hanging in the air. Plumbers can sometimes get pricey, so why not unclog the drain yourself?
10 Easy Ways To Unclog Your Drain:
1. The Wire Hanger
We all have that one wire hanger in our wardrobe that’s just hanging there. Simply bent it to create a small hook. Use the hook to pull out the hair and nasty stuff.
2. Baking Soda and Vinegar
Mix 1/3rd of a cup of baking soda with 1/3rd of a cup of vinegar. As soon as it frizzes, pour it into the drain. After one hour, flush the drain with hot water.
3. Wet and Dry Vacuum
Firstly, set your wet and dry vacuum to liquids. Secondly, create a seal as tight as possible to cover the drain. The vacuum will suck out all the clog. This method doesn’t always work, but it is cheaper than hiring a plumber.
4. Boiling Water
Add boiling water to your drain in 2-3 different stages. Allow the water to do its magic for several seconds in between the stages.
5. Caustic Soda
With this method, you need protective gear like gloves and glasses. Mix 3/4 gallon of cold water with 3 cups of caustic soda. Stir the mixture before pouring it into your drain. Flush with boiling water 20-30 minutes afterward. Repeat if necessary.
6. Clean The Pipe
Place an empty bucket underneath the U-shaped pipe beneath the sink to prevent spills. Use a wrench to loosen the nuts at both ends of the pipe. Turn the trap upside down to remove contents into the bucket. Then, use a toothbrush to clean the debris inside. Afterward, rinse the trap and put everything back together.
7. The Drain Snake
Use this long flexible metal rope with a spiral of metal at the end to unclog your drain.
8. Salt and Baking Soda
Mix 1/2 cup of table salt with 1/2 cup of baking soda and pour it down the drain. After 20 minutes, rinse the drain with boiling water. Consequently, the chemical reaction will dissolve the blockages.
9. Dish Detergent
Pour 1/4 cup of the dish detergent down the drain. The ‘lubricant’ will break up any greasy residue. Pour down some boiling water. Then you will have to start plunging.
10. Baking Soda, Vinegar, Gravity, and Pressure
This method effectively works on bath drains. Pour the baking soda and vinegar down the drain. Add a stopper and wait 60 minutes. Fill the bathtub with 40-60 gallons of water and remove the stopper. For extra pressure use your plunger.
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