How to Fix Clogged Sink

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Clogged kitchen sink is a common problem when any food debris or hair gets stuck in the drainage system of the sink. However a few common DIY techniques can restore your kitchen. This presentation …

Clogged kitchen sink is a common problem when any food debris or hair gets stuck in the drainage system of the sink. However a few common DIY techniques can restore your kitchen. This presentation illustrates the most common techniques of your sink flow restoration.

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  • 1. How to Fix Clogged Sink
  • 2. Clogged kitchen sink is not unusual and you have probably sometime called a plumber to fix your kitchen sink. Using kitchen staples or simple metal wire, you can unclog your kitchen sink on your own.
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  • 4. USING BACKING SODA AND VINEGAR Pour ½ cup of backing soda into the drain followed by ½ cup of white vinegar. Run boiling water into the sink to see if the clog disappears. Repeat the step until the clog disappears.
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  • 6. USING A PLUNGER
  • 7. USING A PLUNGER Pour some boiling water into the clogged sink so that the plunger's rubber cup sinks under water. If you have a double sink, seal the unclogged drain by stuffing a wet cloth. Set the plunger over the other drain. Plunge up and down vigorously for about 15/30 seconds.
  • 8. USING A PLUNGER Remove the cloth from the other drain. Remove the plunger and see if the water starts to drain. If the water doesn’t drain off, continue using the plunger.
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  • 10. CLEANING THE PIPELINES If intensive plunging doesn't water to flow it’s probably due to build up of grease in the trap. You will need to disassemble and clean out the P-trap.
  • 11. CLEANING THE PIPELINES P Trap
  • 12. Clean the trap CLEANING THE PIPELINES • Place a bucket underneath the pipes to hold the trapped water. • Detach the P trap by loosening the slip nut with a pipe wrench. • Remove any waste build-ups thoroughly.
  • 13. Clean the stub pipe in the wall CLEANING THE PIPELINES • Insert a bended wire into the stub pipe in the wall. • Push the wire toward-forward and rotate clockwise or anticlockwise. If the wire catches on something pull the wire back. • Remove anything that comes out on the wire.
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  • 15. CALL A PLUMBER OR KITCHEN REMODELING COMPANY Usually above procedures restore the water flow in your sink. However for persistent clog call a plumber or consider a good kitchen remodeling company. Kitchen remodeling is a great idea when most of your Alternatively call a plumber if kitchen appliances such as you don’t need to improve sink, cabinet, countertop etc. your kitchen appliances. It is worn out and you want to cheaper idea when you don’t reestablish them. While have enough budget for remodeling your kitchen kitchen remodeling. Consider adequate ventilation and good sink parts.
  • 16. REMODEL YOUR KITCHEN Examples of good kitchen remodeling companies: Counter Intelligence F&D Inc.
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